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Volume 8, Number 9—September 2002

Research

Demographic Factors Associated with Hantavirus Infection in Bank Voles (Clethrionomys glareolus)

Gert E. Olsson*†Comments to Author , Neil White*†, Clas Ahlm†, Fredrik Elgh†‡§, Ann-Christin Verlemyr†, Per Juto†, and R. Thomas Palo*†
Author affiliations: *Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden; †Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden; ‡Defense Research Agency, Umeå, Sweden; §Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control, Solna, Sweden;

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Mean (± SE) trap indices of bank voles in all six sites during a 5-year sampling period in northern Sweden. Trap indices represent success in sampling effort as numbers of voles captured per 100 trap nights. Lower, shaded part of the bars represents trap indices of Puumula virus (PUUV)-seropositive bank voles, and the upper part represents PUUV-seronegative voles at each sampling occasion.

Figure 1. Mean (± SE) trap indices of bank voles in all six sites during a 5-year sampling period in northern Sweden. Trap indices represent success in sampling effort as numbers of voles captured per 100 trap nights. Lower, shaded part of the bars represents trap indices of Puumula virus (PUUV)-seropositive bank voles, and the upper part represents PUUV-seronegative voles at each sampling occasion.

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