Wild bird influenza survey, Canada, 2005



Title Wild bird influenza survey, Canada, 2005
Author(s) E. J. Parmley, N. Bastien, T. F. Booth, V. Bowes, P. A. Buck, A. Breault, D. Caswell, P. Y. Daoust, J. C. Davies, S. M. Elahi, M. Fortin, Frederick S. B. Kibenge, R. King, Y. Li, N. North, D. Ojkic, J. Pasick, S. P. Pryor, J. Robinson, J. Rodrigue, H. Whitney, P. Zimmer, F. A. Leighton
Journal Emerging Infectious Diseases
Date 2008
Volume 14
Issue 1
Start page 84
End page 87
Abstract Of 4,268 wild ducks sampled in Canada in 2005, real-time reverse transcriptase-PCR detected influenza A matrix protein (M1) gene sequence in 37% and H5 gene sequence in 5%. Mallards accounted for 61% of samples, 73% of M1-positive ducks, and 90% of H5-positive ducks. Ducks hatched in 2005 accounted for 80% of the sample.

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