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Volume 23, Number 6—June 2017

Research

Serologic and Molecular Evidence of Vaccinia Virus Circulation among Small Mammals from Different Biomes, Brazil

Júlia B. Miranda, Iara A. Borges, Samantha P.S. Campos, Flávia N. Vieira, Tatiana M.F. de Ázara, Fernanda A. Marques, Galileu B. Costa, Ana Paula M.F. Luis, Jaqueline S. de Oliveira, Paulo César P. Ferreira, Cláudio Antônio Bonjardim, Silvio L.M. da Silva, Álvaro E. Eiras, Jônatas S. Abrahão, Erna G. Kroon, Betânia P. Drumond, Adriano P. Paglia, and Giliane de S. TrindadeComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (J.B. Miranda, I.A. Borges, S.P.S. Campos, F.N. Vieira, T.M.F de Ázara, F.A. Marques, G.B. Costa, A.P.M.F. Luis, J.S. de Oliveira, P.C.P. Ferreira, C.A. Bonjardim, A.E. Eiras, J.S. Abrahão, E.G. Kroon, B.P. Drumond, A.P. Paglia, G.D.S. Trindade); Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Sudeste de Minas Gerais, Rio Pomba, Brazil (S.L.M. da Silva)

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Interaction networks for vaccina virus among small mammals in Sabará (A), Serro (B), and Rio Pomba (C) in Minas Gerais state, Brazil. The square represents vaccinia virus. Circles represent small mammal species (labeled). The color in the circles represents the area where mammals were collected. The thickness of lines increases with the number of positive samples from a species. Acokur, Akodon cursor mouse; Akomys, Akodon cf; mystax; Calexp, Calomys expulsus; Calphi, Caluromys philander; Calten,

Figure 3. Interaction networks for vaccina virus among small mammals in Sabará (A), Serro (B), and Rio Pomba (C) in Minas Gerais state, Brazil. The square represents vaccinia virus. Circles represent small mammal species (labeled). The color in the circles represents the area where mammals were collected. The thickness of lines increases with the number of positive samples from a species. Acokur, Akodon cursor mouse; Akomys, Akodon cf; mystax; Calexp, Calomys expulsus; Calphi, Caluromys philander; Calten, Calomys tener; Cersub, Cerradomys subflavus; Didalb, Didelphis albiventris; Didaur, Didelphis aurita; Mus, Mus musculus; Neclas, Necromys lasiurus; Necsqui, Nectomys squamipes; Olisp, Oligoryzomys sp.; Rattus, Rattus rattus; Triset, Trinomys setosus; VACV, vaccinia virus.

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