Further spread of West Nile virus in Italy

Giuseppa Purpari, Giuseppa Purpari, Rossella Lelli, Paolo Calistri, Giovanni Savini, Federica Monaco, Annalisa Guercio, Domenico Vicari, Silvana Cascio

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    Abstract

    Following two consecutive years of West Nile virus (WNV) circulation in Italy, new foci of infection were observed in August 2010 in Sicily and Molise in southern and central Italy, respectively. These incidents were far from the previous infected area in northern Italy, thereby confirming the ability of WNV to spread to new areas and affect new host populations. © Istituto G. Caporale 2010.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)471-474
    Number of pages4
    JournalVeterinaria italiana
    Volume46
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Purpari, G., Purpari, G., Lelli, R., Calistri, P., Savini, G., Monaco, F., ... Cascio, S. (2010). Further spread of West Nile virus in Italy. Veterinaria italiana, 46, 471-474.

    Further spread of West Nile virus in Italy. / Purpari, Giuseppa; Purpari, Giuseppa; Lelli, Rossella; Calistri, Paolo; Savini, Giovanni; Monaco, Federica; Guercio, Annalisa; Vicari, Domenico; Cascio, Silvana.

    In: Veterinaria italiana, Vol. 46, 2010, p. 471-474.

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    Purpari, G, Purpari, G, Lelli, R, Calistri, P, Savini, G, Monaco, F, Guercio, A, Vicari, D & Cascio, S 2010, 'Further spread of West Nile virus in Italy', Veterinaria italiana, vol. 46, pp. 471-474.
    Purpari G, Purpari G, Lelli R, Calistri P, Savini G, Monaco F et al. Further spread of West Nile virus in Italy. Veterinaria italiana. 2010;46:471-474.
    Purpari, Giuseppa ; Purpari, Giuseppa ; Lelli, Rossella ; Calistri, Paolo ; Savini, Giovanni ; Monaco, Federica ; Guercio, Annalisa ; Vicari, Domenico ; Cascio, Silvana. / Further spread of West Nile virus in Italy. In: Veterinaria italiana. 2010 ; Vol. 46. pp. 471-474.
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