Volume 23, Number 7—July 2017
Competence of Aedes aegypti, Ae. albopictus, and Culex quinquefasciatus Mosquitoes as Zika Virus Vectors, China
|Infection*||124/138 (89.86)||121/138 (87.68)||22/138 (15.94)|
|Dissemination†||91/124 (73.39)||51/121 (42.15)||0/22 (0)|
|Transmission‡||78/124 (62.90)||29/121 (23.97)||0/22 (0)|
|Population transmission§||78/138 (56.52)||29/138 (21.01)||0/138 (0)|
*No. infected midguts/no. tested midguts (%).
†No. infected heads/no. infected midguts (%).
‡No. infected salivary glands/no. infected midguts (%).
§No. infected salivary glands/no. infected mosquitoes (%).
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