Environmental Sampling for Avian Influenza Virus A (H5N1) in Live-Bird Markets, Indonesia
Risa Indriani1, Gina Samaan1 , Anita Gultom, Leo Loth, Sri Irianti, Rma Adjid, Ni Luh Putu Indi Dharmayanti, John Weaver, Elizabeth Mumford, Kamalini Lokuge, Paul M. Kelly, and Darminto
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Indonesian Research Center for Veterinary Science, Bogor, Indonesia (R. Indriani, R. Adjid, N.L.P.I. Dharmayanti, Darminto); The Australian National University, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia (G. Samaan, K. Lokuge, P.M. Kelly); World Health Organization, Jakarta, Indonesia (G. Samaan); Ministry of Health, Jakarta (A. Gultom, S. Irianti); Food and Agriculture Organization, Dhaka, Bangladesh (L. Loth); Food and Agriculture Organization, Hanoi, Vietnam (J. Weaver); World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (E. Mumford)
Figure. A) Area of study of avian influenza virus A (H5N1) contamination in live-bird markets (black box), western Java, Indonesia, 2007–2008. B) Distribution of contaminated and uncontaminated markets in the study area.
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