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Itaqui virus, a new member of arthropod-borne group C



Itaqui virus, a new member of arthropod-borne group C



American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 10(2): 264-265



Itaqui virus, a new member of arthropod-borne group C, has been isolated from 22 infections in a febrile human being, sentinel animals and a forest rat near Bele'm, Brazil, since 1956 It is related by HI and NT to Oriboca virus and is indistinguishable by CF from Caraparu virus.

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