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west nile virus infection in tree squirrels (rodentia: sciuridae) in california, 2004-2005.west nile virus (wnv) transmission generally involves a mosquito vector and an avian reservoir host, with mammals as incidental hosts. although most mammalian wnv infections cause low or no morbidity or mortality, tree squirrels are susceptible to wnv-associated neurologic disease with infection prevalence comparable to that in dead birds. positive species included fox squirrel (sciurus niger), western gray squirrel (s. griseus), and eastern gray squirrel (s. carolinensis). kidney tissue (dissec ...200717488896
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