Published in Blood Weekly, November 28th, 2002
Entomologists from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab in Fort Collins will contribute their knowledge of the virus and the mosquitoes that transmit it to animals and humans and researchers for the U.S. Geological Survey are providing the mapping expertise.
"The goal is a predictive model to show areas at risk. It would be, in some sense, an early warning system," said Stephen C. Guptill, a Reston, Virginia-based USGS geologist. He...
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