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Volume 17, Number 12—December 2011

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Animal Diseases Caused by Orbiviruses, Algeria

Hafsa Madani, Jordi Casal, Anna Alba, Alberto Allepuz, Catherine Cêtre-Sossah, Leila Hafsi, Houria Kount-Chareb, Nadera Bouayed-Chaouach, Hassiba Saadaoui, and Sebastian NappComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Institut National de Médecine Vétérinaire, Algiers, Algeria (H. Madani, L. Hafsi, H. Kount-Chareb, N. Bouayed-Chaouach, H. Saadaoui); Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal, Barcelona, Spain (J. Casal, A. Alba, A. Allepuz, S. Napp); Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona (J. Casal, A. Allepuz); Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, Montpellier, France (C. Cetre-Sossah)

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Seroprevalence of bluetongue virus in cattle, sheep, goats, and camels, by province (wilaya), Algeria, 2008. A) Entire country; B) Northern Algeria. 1, Aïn Témouchent; 2, Algiers; 3, Annaba; 4, Béjaïa; 5, Blida; 6, Boumerdès; 7, Chlef; 8, El Tarf; 9, Jijel; 10, Mostaganem; 11, Naama; 12, Oran; 13, Skikda; 14, Souk Ahras; 15, Tébessa; 16, Tipasa; 17, Tizi Ouzou; 18, Tlemcem.

Figure. Seroprevalence of bluetongue virus in cattle, sheep, goats, and camels, by province (wilaya), Algeria, 2008. A) Entire country; B) Northern Algeria. 1, Aïn Témouchent; 2, Algiers; 3, Annaba; 4, Béjaïa; 5, Blida; 6, Boumerdès; 7, Chlef; 8, El Tarf; 9, Jijel; 10, Mostaganem; 11, Naama; 12, Oran; 13, Skikda; 14, Souk Ahras; 15, Tébessa; 16, Tipasa; 17, Tizi Ouzou; 18, Tlemcem.

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