Cross-sectional Serosurvey of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus IgG in Livestock, India, 2013–2014
Devendra T. Mourya
, Pragya D. Yadav, Anita M. Shete, Padmakar S. Sathe, Prasad Sarkale, Bramhadev Pattnaik, Gaurav Sharma, Kamlesh J. Upadhyay, Surekha Gosavi, Deepak Y. Patil, Gouri Chaubal, Triparna D. Majumdar, and Vishwa M. Katoch
Author affiliations: National Institute of Virology, Pune, India (D.T. Mourya, P.D. Yadav, A.M. Shete, P.S. Sathe, P.C. Sarkale, S. Gosavi, D.Y. Patil, G.Y. Chaubal, T.D. Majumdar); Project Directorate on Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Mukteswar, India (B. Pattnaik, G. Sharma); B.J. Medical Colleges, Ahmedabad, India (K.J. Upadhyay); Indian Council of Medical Research, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Ansari Nagar, India (V.M. Katoch)
Figure. Location of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus IgG seropositivity in bovines, sheep, and goats in 22 states and 1 union territory, India. Gray shading, seropositivity in bovines; black dots, seropositivity in sheep/goats; white, serum samples not available screening.
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