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Volume 21, Number 7—July 2015

Geographic Range Expansion for Rat Lungworm in North America

Emily M. YorkComments to Author , James P. Creecy, Wayne D. Lord, and William Caire
Author affiliations: University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma, USA

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Table 2

BLAST* results for sequences from 3 rat brain samples, United States†

Host catalog no. Rat host species Trapping location Match, % Coverage, % e value
32 Sigmodon hispidus Red Slough WMA, OK 92 98 5 × 10–105
70 Rattus norvegicus New Orleans, LA 99 100 3 × 10–130
76 R. norvegicus New Orleans, LA 99 100 1 × 10–133

†WMA, wildlife management area.

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