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Monitoring of Alouatta monkeys as an early warning system in yellow fever surveillance

In. Tikasingh, Elisha S. Studies on the natural history of yellow fever in Trinidad. Port of Spain, Caribbean Epidemiology Centre, 1991. p.59-62, tables. (CAREC Monograph Series, 1).
Monografia em Inglês | MedCarib | ID: med-14964
An epizootic of yellow fever occurred in Alouatta monkeys in November 1978. An intensive surveillance programme was initiated to locate sick and dying monkeys in the forests of Trinidad. Thirty Alouatta (red howler)monkeys were collected and examined for yellow fever virus. Sixteen of the monkeys were positive for the virus and these came from south-east, east, and north-west Trinidad (AU)
Biblioteca responsável: TT2.1
Localização: JM3.1; RC212.T7S88 1991 / TT2.1; WA 530 TI