Volume 8, Number 7—July 2002
Bear Canyon Virus: An Arenavirus Naturally Associated with the California Mouse (Peromyscus californicus)
|Rodent||Species||Date captured||Trap sitea||Antibody titerb||Viral strain|
|TK 90425||Neotoma fuscipes||11/13/98||BCN||>5,120||—|
|TK 90430||Peromyscus californicus||11/13/98||BCN||>5,120||—|
|TK 90435||P. californicus||11/13/98||BCN||>5,120||—|
|TK 90438||P. californicus||11/13/98||BCN||1,280||AV A0070039|
|TK 90444||P. californicus||11/13/98||BCN||>5,120||—|
|TK 90779||P. californicus||06/11/98||EC1||>5,120||AV A0060207|
|TK 90586||P. californicus||06/11/98||EC2||>5,120||AV A0060211|
|TK 90599||P. californicus||06/11/98||EC2||>5,120||AV A0060209|
|TK 90785||P. californicus||06/11/98||EC2||>5,120||AV A0060210|
|TK 90496||P. californicus||06/11/98||EC2||320||—|
aBCN, Bear Canyon Trailhead; EC1, El Cariso #1; EC2, El Cariso #2.
bThe antibody titer was the reciprocal of the highest dilution of the blood sample for which the AOD was >0.200 (see text).
—, No viral isolate.
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