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  • Sophie Gryseels
  • Placide Mbala-Kingebeni
  • Innocent Akonda
  • Roger Angoyo
  • Ahidjo Ayouba
  • Pascal Baelo
  • Daniel Bamuleka Mukadi
  • Elie Bugentho
  • Trenton Bushmaker
  • Christelle Butel
  • Sébastien Calvignac-Spencer
  • Eric Delaporte
  • Ariane Düx
  • François Edidi-Atani
  • Robert Fischer
  • Corneille Kahandi
  • Jimmy Kapetshi
  • Servet Kimbonza Sumba
  • Léonce Kouadio
  • André Malekani Bendeke
  • Claude Mande
  • Guy Midingi Sepolo
  • Joseph Moudindo
  • Eitel Mpoudi Ngole
  • Prescott Musaba
  • Patrick Mutombo
  • Innocent Ndong Bass
  • Casimir Nebesse
  • Steve Ngoy
  • Simon-Pierre Ndimbo Kumogo
  • Stephanie N Seifert
  • Jacques Tanzito
  • Dudu Akaibe
  • Nicaise Amundala
  • Guy-Crispin Gembu
  • Fabian H Leendertz
  • Herwig Leirs
  • Jean-Claude Mukinzi
  • Vincent Munster
  • Jean-Jacques Muyembe-Tamfum
  • Martine Peeters
  • Erik Verheyen
  • Steve Ahuka-Mundeke

After the 2017 Ebola virus (EBOV) outbreak in Likati, a district in northern Democratic Republic of the Congo, we sampled small mammals from the location where the primary case-patient presumably acquired the infection. None tested positive for EBOV RNA or antibodies against EBOV, highlighting the ongoing challenge in detecting animal reservoirs for EBOV.

Originele taal-2Engels
TijdschriftEmerging Infectious Diseases
Volume26
Nummer van het tijdschrift9
Pagina's (van-tot)2205-2209
Aantal pagina's5
ISSN1080-6040
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 2020

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