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molecular inferences suggest multiple host shifts of rabies viruses from bats to mesocarnivores in arizona during 2001-2009.in nature, rabies virus (rabv; genus lyssavirus, family rhabdoviridae) represents an assemblage of phylogenetic lineages, associated with specific mammalian host species. although it is generally accepted that rabv evolved originally in bats and further shifted to carnivores, mechanisms of such host shifts are poorly understood, and examples are rarely present in surveillance data. outbreaks in carnivores caused by a rabv variant, associated with big brown bats, occurred repeatedly during 2001-2 ...201222737076
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