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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

Change in Japanese Encephalitis Virus Distribution,Thailand

Narong Nitatpattana, Audrey Dubot-Pérès, Meriadeg Ar Gouilh, Marc Souris, Philippe Barbazan, Sutee Yoksan, Xavier de Lamballerie, and Jean-Paul GonzalezComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand (N. Nitatpattana, A. Dubot-Pérès, M. Ar Gouilh, M. Souris, S. Yoksan, P. Barbazan, J-P. Gonzalez); Institut de Recherche pour le Dévelopement, Paris, France (M. Dubot-Pérès, M. Argouih, P. Barbazan, J-P Gonzalez); Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France (X. Lamballerie); International Center for Medical Research of Franceville, Franceville, Gabon (J.-P. Gonzalez);

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Table 1

Location of Japanese encephalitis virus study sites, Thailand

Site no. Province Latitude N Longitude E
1 Phuket 43º36′90′′ 88º67′10′′
2 Chiang Mai 50º10′10′′ 21º15′757′′
3 Ratchaburi 58º41′09′′ 15º19′015′′
4 Nakhon Pathom 59º38′49′′ 15º46′044′′
5 Khon Kaen 18º63′72′′ 18º28′276′′
6 Chumphon 09º58′09′′ 99º02′87′′
7 Samut Songkham 13º26′24′′ 100º00′00′′

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