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Title: The potential arbovirus diseases in the Top End of the Northern Territory and the outlook for the remainder of the 1995/96 wet season
Authors: Whelan, Peter I
subject: Insects;Mosquitoes;Arboviruses;Ross River virus infections;encephalitis;Monitoring;Surveys
Year: 6-Apr-2009
6-Apr-2009
Mar-1996
Publisher: Medical Entomology, DHCS
Description: There have been nine different arboviruses isolated from mosquitoes collected in the Top End of the NT that are either known or suspected of causing disease in humans. These include: the alphaviruses Ross River virus (RRV) and Barmah Forest virus (BFV), which are the most frequently confirmed causes of arbovirus disease in Australia: and the flaviviruses Murray Valley encephalitis virus (MVE) and Kunjin virus (KUN) which can cause serious illness and have been responsible for periodic outbreaks and isolated cases of disease in the Northern Territory.
URI: http://digitallibrary.health.nt.gov.au/prodjspui/handle/10137/244
Standard no: 1440-883X
http://hdl.handle.net/10137/244
Health Protection Division
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