Volume 14, Number 8—August 2008
Diverse Contexts of Zoonotic Transmission of Simian Foamy Viruses in Asia
|Person||Sequence||Sex/age, y||Location||Context of contact||Nonhuman primate contacted||Reported exposures|
|HCM2||NA||M/56||Southern Thailand||Primate owner, pet||Macaca nemestrina||Multiple bites and scratches|
|HMS14||NA||F/44||Northern Thailand||Village resident, temple and pet||M. assamensis and M. arctoides||Bleeding scratches|
|HMS50||NA||M/43||Northern Thailand||Village resident, temple||M. assamensis||None|
|HUB7||NA||M/35||UB, Bali, Indonesia||Temple worker, temple||M. fascicularis||>4 bites over many y|
|HAD38||gag||F/32||AK, Bali, Indonesia||Temple worker, temple||M. fascicularis||2 bites within 1 y + 1 scratch|
|HAD3||gagpol||M/58||AK, Bali, Indonesia||Temple worker, primate owner, temple and pet||M. fascicularis||Multiple bites, scratches|
|NH2||NA||F/36||Kathmandu, Nepal||Village resident, temple||M. mulatta||Severe bite|
|BGH4||gag||F/19||DH, Bangladesh||Village resident, urban||M. mulatta||Severe bite 17 y ago|
*SFV, Simian foamy virus; NA, not applicable. All persons were confirmed SFV positive by Western blot.
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