Vianna, N. (Bureau of Epidemiology, New York State Dept. Health, Albany, N. Y. 12206), E. Whitney, T. Bast, R. Deibel, J. Doll and J. Culver. California encephalitis in New York State. Amer J Epidem 94. 50–55, 1971.—Since the isolation of California encephalitis (CE) virus from A�des cinereus mosquitoes in St. Lawrence County, New York, in 1965, there have been three documented cases of human illness due to this agent in New York State. Serologic, entomologic and wildlife surveys were conducted in the three counties where the patients resided. One of 15 human serum samples had neutralizing antibodies to CE virus. Positive hemagglutination-inhibition tests were obtained from two peromyscus (deer mice) and neutralizing antibodies were found in the serum of one striped skunk. In addition, a strain of CE virus was isolated from A�des canadensis mosquitoes.
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