Genetically Diverse Filoviruses in Rousettus and Eonycteris spp. Bats, China, 2009 and 2015
, Yun-Zhi Zhang1
, Ren-Di Jiang1
, Hua Guo, Wei Zhang, Bei Li, Ning Wang, Li Wang, Cecilia Waruhiu, Ji-Hua Zhou, Shi-Yue Li, Peter Daszak, Lin-Fa Wang, and Zheng-Li Shi
Author affiliations: Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China (X.-L. Yang, R.-D. Jiang, H. Guo, W. Zhang, B. Li, N. Wang, L. Wang, C. Waruhiu, Z.-L. Shi); Dali University, Dali, China (Y.-Z. Zhang); University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China (R.-D Jiang, H. Guo, N. Wang); Yunnan Institute of Endemic Diseases Control and Prevention, Dali (Y.-Z. Zhang, J.-H. Zhou); Wuhan University, Wuhan (S.-Y. Li); EcoHealth Alliance, New York, New York, USA (P. Daszak); Duke–NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore (L.-F. Wang)
Figure 1. Bat collection sites for a study on genetically diverse filoviruses in Rousettus and Eonycteris spp. bats in China. Triangles indicate Jinghong City and Mengla County, Yunnan Province, where 150 apparently healthy adult bats were collected from 2 caves in November 2009 (Jinghong City) and December 2015 (Mengla County). Inset map shows the location of Yunnan Province in China.
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