The non-human reservoirs of Ross River virus: a systematic review of the evidence

Eloise Stephenson, Alison Peel, Simon Reid, Cassie Jansen & Hamish McCallum
Abstract Understanding the non-human reservoirs of zoonotic pathogens is critical for effective disease control, but identifying the relative contributions of the various reservoirs of multi-host pathogens is challenging. For Ross River virus (RRV), knowledge of the transmission dynamics, in particular the role of non-human species, is important. In Australia, RRV accounts for the highest number of human mosquito-borne virus infections. The long held dogma that marsupials are better reservoirs than placental mammals, which are better...
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