Black Creek Canal virus


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Black Creek Canal virus

a species of Hantavirus in the U.S. causing hantavirus pulmonary syndrome; transmitted by the cotton rat.
[Black Creek Canal in Florida where the cotton rats were captured from which the virus was first isolated]

Black Creek Canal virus

a virus of the genus Hantavirus that causes hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.
A serologically distinct member of the Hantavirus group found in the southeastern US which may cause renal failure and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome

Black Creek Ca·nal vi·rus

(blak crēk kă-nal' vī'rŭs)
A species of Hantavirus in the U.S. causing hantavirus pulmonary syndrome; transmitted by the cotton rat.
[Black Creek Canal in Florida where the cotton rats were captured from which the virus was first isolated]
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HPS case-patients by geographic region, United States, 1993-2009 * Region States ([dagger]) Southwest Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah Northwest Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin East Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia Hantavirus species present in Region region Southwest Sin Nombre virus Northwest Sin Nombre virus Midwest Sin Nombre virus, Bayou virus East New York virus, Monongahela virus, Black Creek Canal virus No.
SNV in Peromyscus species rodents compared with Black Creek Canal virus in Sigmodon species rodents) will clearly meet the broad criteria for separate species status.
This assay would detect (but not distinguish among) infections by New York virus (from the white-footed mouse [15]), Prospect Hill-like viruses (from arvicoline rodents [30]), El Moro Canyon virus (from the Western harvest mouse [31]), Black Creek Canal virus (from the cotton rat [16]), and Bayou virus (from the rice rat [17]).
Pathogenesis of a North American hantavirus, Black Creek Canal virus, in experimentally infected Sigmodon hispidus.
deer mice and SNV, Western harvest mice and El Moro Canyon virus, rice rats [Oryzomys palustris] and Bayou virus, Black Creek Canal virus and cotton rats [Sigmodon hispidus]) do not appear ill or otherwise affected by hantaviruses specific to them.
glareolus (9,10), and Black Creek Canal virus in Sigmodon hispidus (11), show a similar pattern: infection is followed by a brief period of viremia and then by the development of antibody and clearing of virus from blood.