TWiV 75: Rabies rampant

28 March 2010

Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, and Matthew Frieman

Vincent, Alan, and Matt review contamination of Rotarix with circovirus DNA, antigenic similarity between 1918 and 2009 H1N1 influenza, a collection of rabies reports, and chicken pox mistaken for smallpox in Uganda.

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  • http://hygimia69.blogspot.com/ Giuseppe Michieli

    Here in Italy, there are a lot of rabies cases in foxes, roes, and in some cats and dogs, mainly in three regions of north east Italy: Veneto Region, provinces of Belluno and Treviso, Friuli Region, Udine province, and Trento Autonomous Province.

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  • http://hygimia69.blogspot.com/ Giuseppe Michieli

    Here in Italy, there are a lot of rabies cases in foxes, roes, and in some cats and dogs, mainly in three regions of north east Italy: Veneto Region, provinces of Belluno and Treviso, Friuli Region, Udine province, and Trento Autonomous Province.