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Bagaza Virus in Wild Birds, Portugal, 2021.

João Queirós, Sílvia C Barros, Alberto Sánchez-Cano, Ana Margarida Henriques, Teresa Fagulha, Fábio Abade Dos Santos, Margarida D Duarte, Catarina Fontoura-Gonçalves, David Gonçalves, Marisa Rodrigues, Teresa Cardona Cabrera, Isabel G Fernández de Mera, Christian Gortazar, Ursula Höfle, Paulo Célio Alves,

Bagaza virus emerged in Spain in 2010 and was not reported in other countries in Europe until 2021, when the virus was detected by molecular methods in a corn bunting and several red-legged partridges in Portugal. Sequencing revealed high similarity between the 2021 strains from Portugal and the 2010 strains ... Read more >>

Emerg Infect Dis (Emerging infectious diseases)
[2022, 28(7):1504-1506]

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Bagaza virus and Plasmodium spp. coinfection in red-legged partridges ( Alectoris rufa ), in southern Spain 2019

Ursula Höfle, Teresa Cardona Cabrera, Alberto Sánchez-Cano, Isabel Fernandez de Mera, María Risalde, Alberto Moraga Fernandez, José Antonio Ortiz,

Flaviviruses West Nile (WNV), Usutu (USUV) and Bagaza (BAGV) virus and avian malaria parasites are vector borne pathogens that circulate naturally between avian and mosquito hosts. WNV and USUV and potentially also BAGV constitute zoonoses. Temporal and spatial co-circulation and co-infection with Plasmodium spp., and West Nile virus has been ... Read more >>

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