Field studies on the epidemiology of Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever: Implication of the cotton rat Sigmodon alstoni as the probable rodent reservoir

R. B. Tesh, M. L. Wilson, R. Salas, N. M.C. De Manzione, D. Tovar, T. G. Ksiazek, C. J. Peters

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