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oa South African Medical Journal - Vector studies on rift valley fever virus in South Africa

 

Abstract

Attempts to isolate Rift Valley fever virus from wild-caught haematophagous flies were made over an 8-year period in the coastal Iowlands of Natal, where the virus causes enzootic infection of cattle, and on infected farms in the inland plateau region of South Africa during epizootics in 1974/1975.

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1980-07-01
2016-12-07
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