Genetic Characterization of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Viruses, Ethiopia, 1981–2007
Gelagay Ayelet, Mana Mahapatra , Esayas Gelaye, Berhe G. Egziabher, Tesfaye Rufeal, Mesfin Sahle, Nigel P. Ferris, Jemma Wadsworth, Geoffrey H. Hutchings, and Nick J. Knowles
Author affiliations: National Veterinary Institute, Debre Zeit, Ethiopia (G. Ayelet, E. Gelaye, B.G. Egziabher); Institute for Animal Health, Woking, UK (G. Ayelet, M. Mahapatra, N.P. Ferris, J. Wadsworth, G.H. Hutchings, N.J. Knowles); National Animal Health Diagnosis and Investigation Centre, Sebeta, Ethiopia (T. Rufeal, M. Sahle)
Figure 7. Location of cases of various foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus serotypes in the outbreaks of FMD, Ethiopia, 1981–2007, as evidenced by laboratory diagnosis. A) Serotype O, B) serotypes A, C, Southern African Territories (SAT) 1, and SAT 2. All boundaries are approximate and unofficial. Original map produced by United Nations Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia, 2000.
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