Volume 25, Number 9—September 2019
Bourbon Virus in Wild and Domestic Animals, Missouri, USA, 2012–2013
||No. positive/no. tested
||Proportion positive (95% CI)
|Domestic cat||Felis catus||0/2||<10||0 (0–0.66)|
|Domestic dog||Canis lupus familiaris||2/13||10–>320||0.15 (0.04–0.42)|
|Eastern cottontail||Sylvilagus floridanus||2/9||>320||0.22 (0.06–0.55)|
|Fox squirrel||Sciurus niger||0/4||<10||0 (0.0–0.49)|
|Horse||Equus caballus||1/24||20||0.04 (0.007–0.20)|
|Raccoon||Procyon lotor||31/62||10–>320||0.50 (0.38–0.62)|
|Virginia opossum||Didelphis virginiana||0/28||<10||0 (0.0–0.12)|
|White-tailed deer||Odocoileus virginianus||12/14||10–>320||0.86 (0.60–0.96)|
*PRNT70, 70% plaque reduction neutralization titer.
1Current affiliation: Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA.
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