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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.
In October 2010, the Tennessee State Public Health Laboratory submitted 34 rabies-negative bats (archived during January-April 2010, before pilot study discussions) from 18 counties to SCWDS; all were WNS-negative.
Publishes the Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases in the Southeastern United States and a quarterly newsletter, SCWDS Briefs.