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Serologic evidence of certain virus infections in wild animals

, : Serologic evidence of certain virus infections in wild animals. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 138: 437-440

Serologic evidence of infection with canine distemper and infectious canine hapatitis was observed in foxes and raccoons but not in oppossums. In foxes, these viruses are more likely to occur in areas with high fox-population indexes. The significance of the low complement-fixing titers found against EEE, WEE, and SLE antigens is presently unknown.


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