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Volume 16, Number 12—December 2010

Research

Anatomy of Bluetongue virus Serotype 8 Epizootic Wave, France, 2007-2008

Benoit DurandComments to Author , Gina Zanella, Fabienne Biteau-Coroller, Caroline Locatelli, Florence Baurier, Cécile Simon, Eric Le Dréan, José Delaval, Eric Prengère, Véronique Beauté, and Hélène Guis

Author affiliations: Agence Française de Sécurité Sanitaire des Aliment, Maisons-Alfort, France (B. Durand, G. Zanella); Centre International de Recherche Agronimique pour le Développement, Montpellier, France (F. Biteau-Coroller, H. Guis); Laboratoire Départemental d'Analyses 08, Hagnicourt, France (C. Locatelli); Laboratoire Départemental d'Analyses 18, Bourges, France (F. Baurier, C. Simon); Laboratoire Départemental d'Analyses 35, Rennes, France (E. Le Dréan); Laboratoire Départemental d'Analyses 36, Chateauroux, France (J. Delaval); Laboratoire Départemental d'Analyses 37, Tours, France (J. Delaval, E. Prengère); and Laboratoire Départemental d'Analyses 49, Angers, France (V. Beauté)

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Figure 1

Locations included in a serologic study of the 2007 epizootic wave of bluetongue virus serotype 8 (BTV-8) among cattle herds in France. Black lines indicate the 7 departments included in the study: 6 departments aligned on an east�??west transect (codes 18, 41, 36, 37, 49, and 35); and the first department to report BTV-8 infection in 2006 (code 08). Dots represent locations of BTV-8 outbreaks during 2007.

Figure 1. Locations included in a serologic study of the 2007 epizootic wave of bluetongue virus serotype 8 (BTV-8) among cattle herds in France. Black lines indicate the 7 departments included in the study: 6 departments aligned on an east–west transect (codes 18, 41, 36, 37, 49, and 35); and the first department to report BTV-8 infection in 2006 (code 08). Dots represent locations of BTV-8 outbreaks during 2007.

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