bat lyssavirus

bat lyssavirus

(bat)
A single-stranded RNA virus that causes encephalitis. It can be transmitted to humans by an animal bite. See: Lyssavirus
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Development of a hemi-nested RT-PCR method for the specific determination of European bat lyssavirus 1.
There is also information about managing rabies and Australian bat lyssavirus exposures.
He had been bitten by a bat with European bat lyssavirus.
The European Bat Lyssavirus 2 (EBLV-2) strain is closely related to the classical rabies virus and is common in bats across northern Europe.
The female bat later died and was sent to a Surrey laboratory where scientists confirmed the presence of European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV) - a rare strain of bat rabies.
The female mammal was infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV), a strain of rabies common among bats across northern Europe.
The female mammal, which died last month, was infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV), a strain of rabies common among bats across the northern Europe.
The female mammal, found in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, was infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV), a strain of rabies common among bats in northern Europe.
David was bitten by a Daubenton bat and contracted a rare type of rabies, European Bat Lyssavirus.
Mr McRae, who contracted a rare strain of the virus known as European bat lyssavirus, was the first person to die from the disease in the UK for a century.
The report says: ``Clearly the indications from these two recent incidents is that the European bat lyssavirus is likely to be circulating in the bat population.
David McRae, from Angus, Scotland, lost his fight for life hours after test results confirmed he had been infected with European Bat Lyssavirus - a type of rabies known to exist in several north European countries.