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Table 2 Nested RT-PCR results detecting NiV RNA from pooled urine specimens from Pteropus bats collected during 2002 to 2020 in Thailand

From: Two decades of one health surveillance of Nipah virus in Thailand

Location Bat Speciesa Collection Date No. of tubes tested No. of tubes positive NiV RNA prevalence
Positive/Tested (%)
Refc
Kram Chon PH 2002 7 0 0.00 [2]
Surat PV 2003 Oct 5 0 0.00 [2]
4 sitesb PL 2003 Jan - Sep 25 2 8.00 [2]
Singburi, Ayutthaya PL 2002 31 0 0.00 [2]
Chonburi PL 2003 Feb 16 0 0.00 [2]
2004 Feb 15 4 26.67 [2]
2005 Apr 50 1 2.00 [24]
2005 May 50 2 4.00 [33]
2005 May 48 6 12.50 [24]
2005 Jun 31 1 3.23 [24]
2006 Jan 37 1 2.70 [24]
2006 Apr 80 3 3.75 [24]
2006 May 51 4 7.84 [24]
2006 Jun 59 1 1.69 [24]
2007 Feb 49 3 6.12 [24]
2007 May 99 4 4.04 [24]
2005–2007 683 0 0.00 [24]
Bat 2008 Apr 100 6 6.00 [42]
2009 Apr 100 9 9.00 This study
2010 Feb 47 0 0.00
2010 Apr 113 24 21.24
2011 Apr 129 28 21.71
2012 Mar 50 7 14.00
2012 Apr 50 13 26.00
2016 May 50 2 4.00
2016 Nov 50 0 0.00
2017 Feb 75 0 0.00
2017 May 100 4 4.00
2017 Nov 47 0 0.00
2018 Feb 75 0 0.00
2018 May 75 5 6.67
2019 Apr 53 6 11.32
2020 May 50 3 0.00
Total 2500 139 5.56%
  1. aPH Pteropus hypomelanus, PV P. vampyrus, PL P. lylei; b4 sites: Chachoengsao, Rayong, Prachin Buri, and Bangkok provinces; cPreviously published