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Reptile-associated salmonellosis remains a primary concern of public health officials in the United States. 1–5 The increased numbers of reptiles imported into the United States during the 1990s and the recent findings of illegal hatchling (< 10

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the genus vesivirus in animals other than cats, despite the ability of these viruses to infect an unusually broad range of species. Hosts include fish, seals, whales, reptiles, birds, primates, swine, cattle, and humans. Severe disease conditions

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States, although vesiviruses can infect an unusually broad range of hosts, such as fish, reptiles, birds, cetaceans, seals, swine, cattle, primates, and humans, to cause various sometimes severe diseases, including abortion, hepatitis, pneumonia, diarrhea

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