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Serologic Evidence Of Group A And B Arthropod-Borne Virus Activity In New York State



Serologic Evidence Of Group A And B Arthropod-Borne Virus Activity In New York State



American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 12: 417-424



Two hundred and ninety-nine sera from wild animals of seven species were tested in hemagglutination-inhibition and neutralization tests in mice or both for group A and group B antibodies. The sera were from animals trapped in 15 counties in New York state. Group B antibody was found in animals of 12 counties. In Schuyler county, 52% of 100 fox and raccoon sera tested had group B antibody predominantly for POW and 11% had group A antibody. Arbo-virus activity in 432 human sera was infrequent; 1.3% had some group A antibody, and 6% had group B. Hemagglutination-inhibition tests detected more reactions. Paired sera from an Albany county boy had neutralization and hemagglutination-inhibition activity for POW virus.

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