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Table 5 Zaire ebolavirus (ZEBOV) serological status (IgG) of bats captured between 2003 and 2008 in Gabon and Republic of Congo, according to demographic parameters.

From: Large serological survey showing cocirculation of Ebola and Marburg viruses in Gabonese bat populations, and a high seroprevalence of both viruses in Rousettus aegyptiacus

  Male Female   
  Adult Juvenile Total Adult Non pregnant Adult pregnant Juvenile Total ND Total
C. argynnis 0/4 0/0 0/4 0/9 0/4 0/1 0/14 0/0 0/18
E. helvum 0/11 0/7 0/18 0/17 0/0 0/11 0/28 0/3 0/49
E. franqueti 14/269(5) 2/87(2) 16/356(4) 9/243(4) 9/132(7) 2/36(6) 20/411(5) 0/8 36/805(4)
H. monstrosus 1/34(3) 2/19(11) 3/53(6) 1/18(6) 3/18(17) 2/33(6) 6/69(9) 0/3 9/125(7)
M. woermanni 0/19 0/0 0/19 0/21 0/5 0/4 0/30 0/0 0/49
Microchiroptera 1/9(11) 0/2 1/11(9) 2/5(40) 0/0 0/0 2/5(40) 0/8 3/24(12)
M. pusillus 0/76 0/3 0/79 1/36(3) 3/53(6) 0/22 4/111(4) 0/7 4/197(2)
R. aegyptiacus 11/88(13) 4/35(12) 15/123(12) 3/90(3) 3/13(23) 3/78(4) 9/181(5) 0/3 24/307(8)
M. torquata 9/227(4) 0/32 9/259 (3) 6/209(3) 3/43(7) 1/39(3) 10/291(3) 0/23 19/573(3)
Total 36/737(5) 8/185(4) 44/922(4) 22/648(3) 21/268(8) 8/224(4) 51/1140(4) 0/85 95/2147(4)
  1. Data are numbers of ZEBOV-specific IgG-positive bats versus numbers of captured bats, and percentages.