Data from: Population structure of two rabies hosts relative to the known distribution of rabies virus variants in Alaska

Elizabeth W. Goldsmith, Benjamin Renshaw, Christopher J. Clement, Elizabeth A. Himschoot, Kris J. Hundertmark & Karsten Hueffer
For pathogens that infect multiple species the distinction between reservoir hosts and spillover hosts is often difficult. In Alaska, three variants of the arctic rabies virus exist with distinct spatial distributions. We test the hypothesis that rabies virus variant distribution corresponds to the population structure of the primary rabies hosts in Alaska, arctic foxes (Vulpes lagopus) and red foxes (V. vulpes) in order to possibly distinguish reservoir and spill over hosts. We used mitochondrial DNA...
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