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Emergency Infectious Disease


Orthohantaviruses cause hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome; most cases occur in the southwest region of the United States. We discuss a clinical case of orthohantavirus infection in a 65-year-old woman in Michigan and the phylogeographic link of partial viral fragments from the patient and rodents captured near the presumed site of infection.


Michigan, New York virus, Orthohantavirus, Sin Nombre virus, United States, bunyavirdiae, genetics, infection, reservoir, transmission, viruses, zoonoses



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