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Volume 17, Number 1—January 2011

Research

Seroprevalence of African Swine Fever in Senegal, 2006

Eric M.C. EtterComments to Author , Ismaila Seck, Vladimir Grosbois, Ferran Jori, Esther Blanco, Laurence Vial, Ayayi J. Akakpo, Rianatou Bada-Alhambedji, Philippe Kone, and Francois L. Roger
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Centre International de Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement UR 22 Animal and Integrated Risk Management, Montpellier, France (E.M.C. Etter, V. Grosbois, F. Jori, F.L. Roger); École Inter-États des Sciences et Médecine Vétérinaires, Dakar, Senegal (I. Seck, A.J. Akakpo, R. Bada-Alhambedji, P. Kone); University of Pretoria Mammal Research Institute, Pretoria, South Africa (F. Jori); Centre International de Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement UMR CIRAD-INRA "Control of Animal Diseases," Montpellier (L. Vial); Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Madrid (E. Blanco); Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria, Madrid (E. Blanco); Kasetsart University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bangkok, Thailand (F.L. Roger)

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Sampled villages (black dots) in the 3 main regions of Senegal for pig production, Fatick, Ziguinchor, and Kolda (gray shading). Dashed lines indicate the 700 mm (gray) and 800 mm (black) rainfall isohyets for 2006. The southern limit range of Ornithodoros sonrai tick distribution (750 mm) can be estimated.

Figure. Sampled villages (black dots) in the 3 main regions of Senegal for pig production, Fatick, Ziguinchor, and Kolda (gray shading). Dashed lines indicate the 700 mm (gray) and 800 mm (black) rainfall isohyets for 2006. The southern limit range of Ornithodoros sonrai tick distribution (750 mm) can be estimated.

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