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Volume 18, Number 4—April 2012

Research

Geographic Distribution of Hantaviruses Associated with Neotomine and Sigmodontine Rodents, Mexico

Mary L. Milazzo1, Maria N.B. Cajimat1, Hannah E. Romo, Jose G. Estrada-Franco, L. Ignacio Iñiguez-Dávalos, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. FulhorstComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA (M.L. Milazzo, M.N.B. Cajimat, H.E. Romo, J.G. Estrada-Franco, C.F. Fulhorst); Universidad de Guadalajara, Autlán de Navarro, Mexico (L.I. Iñiguez-Dávalos); Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, USA (R.D. Bradley)

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Table A2

Prevalence of anti-hantavirus antibody (IgG) in rodents captured at 16 localities in 14 municipalities in 10 Mexican states*

Locality† Bmus Btay Ocou Pere Phyl Pleu Plev Pman Pmeg Pmel Poch Pspi Pspp Rmic Rmeg Rsum Other‡ Total
1 1/7 1/7
2 1/6 0/4 1/10
3 0/1 0/2 1/29 3/18 0/15 4/65
4 1/13 2/9 0/18 3/40
5 2/8 0/1 2/9 4/18
6 0/1 0/1 1/1 2/2 0/16 3/21
7 1/27 0/3 1/30
8 1/5 0/1 1/9 0/3 0/25 2/43
9 3/21 0/1 3/22
10 0/6 1/5 0/5 0/26 1/42
11 1/16 2/11 0/4 3/31
12 1/7 0/4 1/11
13 0/1 1/6 0/3 1/10
14 0/4 0/2 3/8 3/14
15 0/1 1/1 0/23 1/9 0/6 2/40
16 1/34 1/3 0/3 2/40
Total 1/8 1/14 1/7 1/11 2/8 2/14 4/40 3/19 1/29 3/69 2/11 2/9 1/28 1/1 5/29 5/20 0/127 35/444

*Bmus, Baiomys musculus; Btay, B. taylori; Ocou, Oryzomys couesi; Pere, Peromyscus eremicus; Phyl, P. hylocetes; Pleu, P. leucopus; Plev, P. levipes; Pman, P. maniculatus; Pmeg, P. megalops; Pmel, P. melanotis; Poch, P. ochraventer; Pspi, P. spicilegus; Pspp, Peromyscus species; Rmeg, Reithrodonomys megalotis; Rmic, R. microdon; Rsum, R. sumichrasti; –, none collected or tested.
†Locality 1: municipality of Mapastepec, state of Chiapas (latitude 15°25′10.861′′N, longitude 93°4′19.058′′W), 500 trap-nights (TNs) in July 2006; locality 2: Ocozocoautla de Espinosa, Chiapas (16°33′0.227′′N, 93°27′36.450′′W), 200 TN, July 2006; locality 3: Chilpancingo de los Bravo, Guerrero (17°39′5.203′′N, 99°50′12.010′′W), 450 TNs, July 2000; locality 4: Autlán de Navarro, Jalisco (19°49′53.997′′N, 104°26′43.206′′W), 500 TNs, July 2008; locality 5: Ecatepec de Morelos, México (19°48′10.195′′N, 99°39′37.575′′W), 400 TN, July 1998; locality 6: Uruapan, Michoacán (19°25′36.269′′N, 102°14′38.698′′W), 450 TNs, July 2008; locality 7: Santa María del Oro, Nayarit (21°39′35.991′′N, 104°25′15.079′′W), 500 TNs, July 2008; locality 8: Doctor Arroyo, Nuevo León (23°42′22.907′′N, 100°16′37.045′′W), 400 TN, August 2005; locality 9: Santiago, Nuevo León (25°22′7.222′′N, 100°5′12.090′′W), 450 TNs, July 2006; locality 10: Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosі (23°49′5.171′′N, 100°49′54.274′′W), 800 TNs, August 2005; locality 11: Ciudad del Maíz, San Luis Potosі (22°29′46.388′′N, 99°25′15.899′′W), 400 TNs, July 2006; locality 12: San Fernando, Tamaulipas (24°30′54.186′′N, 100°12′2.775′′W), 400 TNs, August 2005; locality 13: Soto la Marina, Tamaulipas (24°0′36.129′′N, 98°20′38.941′′W), 450 TNs, July 2008; locality 14: Perote, Veracruz (19°36′31.622′′N, 97°11′41.860′′W), 200 TNs, July 2006; locality 15: Perote, Veracruz (19°31′.748′′N, 97°9′23.002′′W), 200 TNs, July 2006; locality 16: Perote, Veracruz (19°31′38.073′′N, 97°9′.199′′W), 250 TN, July 2006.
‡Locality 2: Oryzomys mexicanus (n = 3), Peromyscus mexicanus (n = 1); locality 3: Megadontomys thomasi (n = 1), Neotoma picta (n = 2), P. beatae (n = 5), P. evides (n = 4), Reithrodontomys bakeri (n = 3); locality 4: Osgoodomys banderanus (n = 2), R. mexicanus (n = 5), Sigmodon alleni (n = 1), S. mascotensis (n = 10); locality 6 : Neotoma mexicana (n = 1), Neotomodon alstoni (n = 1), R. mexicanus (n = 14); locality 7: N. mexicana (n = 3); locality 8: Neotoma leucodon (n = 10), Onychomys leucogaster (n = 1), P. melanophrys (n = 9), R. fulvescens (n = 4), S. toltecus (n = 1); locality 10: N. leucodon (n = 10), O. leucogaster (n = 3), P. melanophrys (n = 8), R. fulvescens (n = 5); locality 11: Oryzomys melanotis (n = 4); locality 12: Neotoma micropus (n = 2), O. leucogaster (n = 1), S. toltecus (n = 1); locality 13: P. pectoralis (n = 1), S. hispidus (n = 2); locality 15: Habromys sp. (n = 1), P. beatae (n = 4), R. fulvescens (n = 1); locality 16: N. mexicana (n = 2), P. mexicanus (n = 1).

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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