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karyologic affinities of the south american big-eared bat, histiotus montanus (chiroptera, vespertilionidae). 1978750638
new genus and six new species of chiggers (acari: trombiculidae and leeuwenhoekiidae) collected from small mammals in argentina.argentinacarus. n. gen., is proposed with argentinacarus expansus, n. sp., off irenomys tarsalis and akodon longipilis, as type species. quadraseta akodonica, off akodon longipilis and auliscomys micropus, colicus sinpretarsus, off histiotus montanus, parasecia argentinensis off phyllotis xanthopygus, parasecia neuquenensis, off akodon longipilis, and andalgalomacarus xanthopyga, off phyllois xanthopygus and eligmodontia morgani, are described as new. all specimens were collected in argentina.19957650704
molecular diversity of rabies viruses associated with bats in mexico and other countries of the americas.bat rabies and its transmission to humans and other species in mexico were investigated. eighty-nine samples obtained from rabid livestock, cats, dogs, and humans in mexico were studied by antigenic typing and partial sequence analysis. samples were further compared with enzootic rabies associated with different species of bats in the americas. patterns of nucleotide variation allowed the definition of at least 20 monophyletic clusters associated with 9 or more different bat species. several lin ...200616672396
high diversity of rabies viruses associated with insectivorous bats in argentina: presence of several independent enzootics.rabies is a fatal infection of the central nervous system primarily transmitted by rabid animal bites. rabies virus (rabv) circulates through two different epidemiological cycles: terrestrial and aerial, where dogs, foxes or skunks and bats, respectively, act as the most relevant reservoirs and/or vectors. it is widely accepted that insectivorous bats are not important vectors of rabv in argentina despite the great diversity of bat species and the extensive argentinean territory.201222590657
detection and characterization of hemotropic mycoplasmas in bats in chile.hemoplasma dna was found in 22% (12/55) of samples from six bat species in chile, including one of three big-eared brown bats (histiotus macrotus), one of three small big-eared brown bats (histiotus montanus), and 10 of 27 chilean myotis (myotis chiloensis). characterization of the 16s ribosomal rna gene identified three genotypes phylogenetically related to other bat, rodent, and human hemoplasmas.201931009305
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