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1 April 1989 Serologic Evidence of Arboviral Infections in White-tailed Deer from Central Wisconsin
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A survey conducted during 1979–1980 on white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in central Wisconsin revealed serological evidence of infection by selected arboviruses. Among sera from 41 deer, antibody was detected for Jamestown Canyon virus (56%) and Bunyamwera group virus (80%), demonstrating their continuing endemic activity. Antibody for La Crosse virus, not found previously in sera from deer in central Wisconsin, also was detected (5%) in this study.

Murphy: Serologic Evidence of Arboviral Infections in White-tailed Deer from Central Wisconsin
Robert K. Murphy "Serologic Evidence of Arboviral Infections in White-tailed Deer from Central Wisconsin," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 25(2), (1 April 1989). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-25.2.300
Received: 25 February 1988; Published: 1 April 1989
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