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Volume 16, Number 7—July 2010

Dispatch

Detection of Lassa Virus, Mali

David Safronetz, Job E. Lopez, Nafomon Sogoba, Sékou F. Traore’, Sandra J. Raffel, Elizabeth R. Fischer, Hideki Ebihara, Luis Branco, Robert F. Garry, Tom G. Schwan, and Heinz FeldmannComments to Author 
Author affiliations: National Institutes of Health, Hamilton, Montana, USA (D. Safronetz, J.E. Lopez, S.J. Raffel, E.R. Fischer, H. Ebihara, T.G. Schwan, H. Feldmann); University of Bamako, Bamako, Mali (N. Sogoba, S.F. Traore’); Tulane School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (L. Branco, R.F. Garry); Autoimmune Technologies LLC, New Orleans (L. Branco)

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Figure 1

Ecozones of Mali and locations where small mammals were trapped in June 2009. Inset shows location of Mali in relation to countries where Lassa virus is endemic (shaded).

Figure 1. Ecozones of Mali and locations where small mammals were trapped in June 2009. Inset shows location of Mali in relation to countries where Lassa virus is endemic (shaded).

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