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Volume 8, Number 4—April 2002

Research

European Bat Lyssavirus Infection in Spanish Bat Populations

Jordi Serra-Cobo*Comments to Author , Blanca Amengual†, Carlos Abellán‡, and Hervé Bourhy†
Author affiliations: *Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; †Institut Pasteur, Paris, France; ‡Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo, Madrid, Spain;

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Table 3

Specificity of results from serologic studies of bat populations, Spanish Autonomous Regions of Balearic Islands and Aragon, 1995–2000a

Location Species CVS EBL1 EBL2
No. 1 Rhinolophus ferrumequinum 0
0 51
<27 ND
ND
No. 4 Myotis myotis 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 588
222
350
246
709
<27
537
95 <27
<27
<27
<27
<27
ND
<27
<27
No. 5 M. myotis 0
ND
0
0 53
421
97
188 <27
<27
<27
<27
No. 6 Tadarida teniotis 0
0
0 42
444
<27 ND
ND
ND
No. 7 Miniopterus schreibersii 0
0
0 45
141
<27 <27
<27
<27
Rhinolophus euryale 0 <27 <27

aND = not done; CVS = challenge virus strain; EBL1 = European bat lyssavirus 1.

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