23rd October 2008
The experimental study of European bat lyssavirus type-2 (EBLV2) infection in Daubenton's bats (Myotis daubentonii) has now been published in the Journal of General Virology Online.
The stated aims of this study were to assess the virulence, dissemination and likely means of transmission of EBLV2, a rabies-like virus, between insectivorous bats under experimental conditions.
A summary highlighting key findings and implications from the paper will be available on the Defra website in the coming weeks. BCT will circulate this as soon as it becomes available.
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