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Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Central Plateau, Southeastern, and Southern Brazil

By Luiz T.M. Figueiredo, Marcos L. Moreli, Ricardo L.M. de Sousa, Alessandra A. Borges, Glauciane G. de Figueiredo, Alex M. Machado, Ivani Bisordi, Teresa K. Nagasse-Sugahara, Akemi Suzuki, Luiz E. Pereira, Renato P. de Souza, Luiza T.M. de Souza, Carla T. Braconi, Charlotte M. Harsi and Paolo M. de Andrade Zanotto

Abstract

This syndrome is an increasing health problem because of human encroachment into habitats of rodent reservoirs

Topics: Research
Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2671436
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