Tacaribe virus

Tac·a·ribe vi·rus

the type virus of the Tacaribe complex of viruses of genus Arenaviruses isolated from bats and mosquitoes in Trinidad.
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94 [micro]g/mL for Junin virus, Pichinde virus (PICV) and Tacaribe virus.
4 28 (a) JUNV, Junin virus; PICV, Pichinde virus; TCRV, Tacaribe virus.
Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (family Arenaviridae, genus Arenavirus) comprise Bear Canyon virus, Tamiami virus, and Whitewater Arroyo virus in the United States; Tacaribe virus (TCRV) on Trinidad; Chapare virus (CHPV) and Machupo virus (MACV) in Bolivia; Guanarito virus (GTOV) in Venezuela; Junin virus (JUNV) in Argentina; Sabia virus (SABV) in Brazil; and 9 other species (1).
Central African (Nile grass rat) Republic Classic New World Arenaviruses Junin virus Calomys masculinus Argentina (corn mouse), Akodon azarae (grass field mouse), Bolomys obscurus (dark field mouse) Machupo virus Calomys callosus Bolivia (vesper mouse) Guanarito virus Sigmodon alstoni Venezuela (cane mouse) Sabia virus Unknown Brazil Selected Less Common New World Arenaviruses Tacaribe virus Artibeus spp.
Tacaribe virus, a new agent isolated from Artibeus bats and mosquitoes in Trinidad, West Indies.