Absence of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus in Camelids, Kazakhstan, 2015
, Ranawaka A.P.M. Perera1
, Almagul Baubekova, Véronique Chevalier, Bernard Faye, Nurlan Akhmetsadykov, Chun Yin Ng, François Roger, and Myoung-don Oh
Author affiliations: Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, CIRAD, AGIR, Montpellier, France (E. Miguel, V. Chevalier, B. Faye, F. Roger); The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China (R.A.P.M. Perera, C.Y. Ng, M. Peiris); LLP Antigen Research and Production Enterprise Antigen, Almaty, Kazakhstan (A. Baubekova, N. Akhmetsadykov); Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Camel Project, AlKharj, Saudi Arabia (B. Faye)
Figure. Density of camelids in Kazakhstan (extracted from the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan Committee on Statistics, Department of Statistics; http://www.stat.gov.kz) and specimen collection for detection of Middle East respiratory syndrome virus, by species and region, 2015.
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