SCWDSSoutheastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
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Both protocols outlined key elements of the submission process, including how laboratory personnel were to submit rabies-negative bats to SCWDS for WNS testing (fungal culture, histopathologic examination, and PCR), how bats were to be stored or destroyed after testing, and the chain of communication for reporting test results.
Funding for this work was provided, in part, by cooperative agreements between SCWDS and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
In addition to samples collected for testing from Beaver and Cambria counties, Game Commission biologists recently submitted two more samples from dead deer found in Murrysville and Jeannette, Westmoreland County, to SCWDS for testing.