Volume 18, Number 5—May 2012
Diversity of Parvovirus 4–like Viruses in Humans, Chimpanzees, and Monkeys in Hunter–Prey Relationships
|Sample origin||Sample material, no. PCR positive/no. tested (%)
|Red colobus monkey (Piliocolobus badius)||1/14 (7)†||2/6 (33)||0/1||0/3||2/2 (100)||1/2 (50)||1/2 (50)||7/30 (23)|
|Black and white colobus monkey (Colobus polykomos)||2/10 (20)‡||–||0/1||–||0/3||0/1||–||2/15 (13)|
|Wild chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus)||0/1‡||–||–||5/13 (38)||–||–||2/3 (67)||7/17 (41)|
|Human§||12/700 (2)||–||–||–||–||–||–||12/700 (2)|
*Each sample represents 1 animal or person; PARV4, parvovirus 4; –, no sample.
†Blood or buffy coat.
§Dried blood spot on filter paper.
1These authors contributed equally to this article.
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