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Volume 15, Number 2—February 2009

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Isolation of Kyasanur Forest Disease Virus from Febrile Patient, Yunnan, China

Jinglin Wang, Hailin Zhang, Shihong Fu, Huanyu Wang, Daxin Ni, Roger Nasci, Qing Tang, and Guo-Dong LiangComments to Author 
Author affiliations: State Key Laboratory for Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, Beijing, China (J. Wang, S. Fu, H. Wang, D. Ni, Q. Tang, G. Liang); Yunnan Institute of Endemic Disease Control and Prevention, Dali, China (J. Wang, H. Zhang); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (R. Nasci)

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Counties in the Hengduan Mountain region of Yunnan Province where Kyasanur Forest disease virus antibody has been detected. 1, Lushuii County, antibody found in 31.6% of humans, 25.5% of birds, and 15.4% of rodents; 2, Yingjiang County, antibody found in 46.7% of humans; 3, Longchuang County, antibody found in 6.4% of humans; 4, Ruili County, antibody found in 7.7% of humans; 5, Mangshi County, antibody found in 32.5% of humans; 6, Shidan County, antibody found in 6.3% of humans; 7, Nanjian Coun

Figure 1. Counties in the Hengduan Mountain region of Yunnan Province where Kyasanur Forest disease virus antibody has been detected. 1, Lushuii County, antibody found in 31.6% of humans, 25.5% of birds, and 15.4% of rodents; 2, Yingjiang County, antibody found in 46.7% of humans; 3, Longchuang County, antibody found in 6.4% of humans; 4, Ruili County, antibody found in 7.7% of humans; 5, Mangshi County, antibody found in 32.5% of humans; 6, Shidan County, antibody found in 6.3% of humans; 7, Nanjian County, county in which Nanjianyin virus was found in 1989; 8, Eryuan County, antibody found in 4.9% of birds; 9, Lijiang County, antibody found in 0.7% of humans; 10, Shangri-La County, antibody found in 8.5% of humans.

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