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Volume 19, Number 4—April 2013

Letter

Henipaviruses and Fruit Bats, Papua New Guinea

Hume FieldComments to Author , Carol E. de Jong, Kim Halpin, and Craig S. Smith
Author affiliations: Queensland Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (H.E. Field, C.E. de Jong, C.S. Smith); Life Technologies, Singapore (K. Halpin)

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Sampling locations and henipavirus antibody prevalence, Papua New Guinea 1996–1999, among 182 wild-caught fruit bats from Madang (1996), New Britain (1997), and Lae (1999), Papua New Guinea. HiV, Hendra virus; NiV, Nipah virus; MenV, Menangle virus.

Figure. . . Sampling locations and henipavirus antibody prevalence, Papua New Guinea 1996–1999, among 182 wild-caught fruit bats from Madang (1996), New Britain (1997), and Lae (1999), Papua New Guinea. HeV, Hendra virus; NiV, Nipah virus; MenV, Menangle virus.

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