Volume 22, Number 8—August 2016
Lyssavirus in Indian Flying Foxes, Sri Lanka
|Original ID no.||APHA ID no.||Collection date||Location||Weight, g/age/sex||Clinical signs/condition||GenBank accession no.|
|AK-15||RV3266||2014 Sept 17||Peradeniya||1,500/mature/M||Dead at collection||KU244266|
|AK-40||RV3267||2015 May 8||Peradeniya||350/immature/F||Dead at collection||KU244267|
|AK-42||RV3268||2015 May 25||Peradeniya||500/immature/M||Cachectic, paresis, unable to fly, nystagmus, intermittent seizures (≈10 s), spontaneous vocalization, aggressiveness, biting, died shortly after capture||KU244268|
|AK-74||RV3269||2015 Sep 11||Gannoruwa||212.5/immature/F||Dead at collection||KU244269|
*APHA, Animal and Plant Health Agency; ID, identification.
1These authors contributed equally to this article.
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