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Phylogeny of European bat lyssavirus 1 in Eptesicus isabellinus bats in Spain.
In Europe, European bat lyssavirus type 1 (EBLV-1) has been isolated from bats in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Yugoslavia, Spain, and Poland and EBLV-2 from bats in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, and Finland (6,7).
Tests earlier this week confirmed that he was suffering from European Bat Lyssavirus (EBL), a type of rabies found in several northern European countries.
The genus Lyssavirus comprises 3 species that can infect bats in Europe: European bat lyssavirus 1 (EBLV-1), European bat lyssavirus 2, and West-Caucasian bat virus (1,2).
He had the European Bat Lyssavirus strain, not the type carried by dogs and foxes.
Our finding is also consistent with those of a study on tissue distribution of European bat Lyssavirus 2 in Myotis daubentonii bats (9).
McRae who worked with SNH as a licensed bat handler is suspected of having the infection with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBL).
We identified 2 cases of European bat lyssavirus sub-type 1 transmission to domestic carnivores (cats) in France.
Wildlife artist Mr McRae, nicknamed "Batman" by his neighbours, is believed to have been bitten by a bat infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBL).
We included other lyssavirus species as outgroups: European bat lyssavirus 1, European bat lyssavirus 2, and Australian bat lyssavirus (11,23).
He only recently began to show symptoms of the rabies strain, European Bat Lyssavirus.
Presently, 7 species are recognized within the genus Lyssavirus (order Mononegavirales, family Rhabdoviridae): Rabies virus (RABV), Lagos bat virus (LBV), Mokola virus (MOKV), Duvenhage virus (DUVV), European bat lyssavirus, types 1 and 2, and Australian bat lyssavirus.
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