a serologic group of the genus Bunyavirus, composed of six species including Catu virus, and the type strain, Guama virus.
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Guama virusA virus of the Bunyaviridae family isolated from febrile humans and sentinel monkey in Brazil and rodents and culicine mosquitos in Brazil, French Guyana, Panama, Surinam and Trinidad, which causes a benign clinical disease characterised by fever, headache, myalgia and leukopenia in people who enter tropical forests.
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