The Isolation of St. Louis Virus from a Nestling Bird in Trinidad, British West Indies

W. G. DownsTrinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, Rockefeller Foundation Virus Laboratories, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies

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C. R. AndersonTrinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, Rockefeller Foundation Virus Laboratories, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies

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J. CasalsTrinidad Regional Virus Laboratory, Rockefeller Foundation Virus Laboratories, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies

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Summary

St. Louis encephalitis virus has been recovered from the serum of a nestling bird in Trinidad, B.W.I. This is the first time this agent has been recovered from a local, nonmigratory bird south of the continental limits of the United States.

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