Airborne rabies virus was isolated from Frio Cave, Texas, using a mechanical air sampler. Several types of samplers have been used, but only an electrostatic precipitation device has collected measurable quantities of virus. Prior to this, the only known reported isolations of airborne rabies virus had occurred when susceptible animals were confined in bat caves for long periods of time. The use of a mechanical sampler can facilitate quantitation of virus in caves.
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