Serologic survey for antibodies to VE virus in Western and Northcentral Mexico
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A serologic survey of wild birds, domestic animals and humans during 1960-1065 revealed very little evidence of Venezuelan encephalitis virus activity in pigs, cattle and wild birds on the central Pacific coast of Mexico, and no evidence of the virus in northwestern and northcentral Mexico by tests of horse, chicken, pig, cattle, goat and human sera, and colonial nesting heron plasmas(AU)
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