Animal Rabies Surveillance, China, 2004–2018
, Yuyang Wang1
, Weidi Xu, Zhongzhong Tu, Tingfang Liu, Minghe Huo, Yan Liu, Wenjie Gong, Zheng Zeng, Wen Wang, Yinhong Wei, and Changchun Tu
Author affiliations: Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Changchun, China (Y. Feng, Y. Wang, W. Xu, Z. Tu, T. Liu, M. Huo, Y. Liu, W. Gong, C. Tu); Jilin Agricultural University, Changchun (W. Xu, T. Liu); Jilin University College of Veterinary Medicine, Changchun (M. Huo, W. Gong); Center for Animal Disease Control and Prevention of Chongqing, Chongqing, China (Z. Zeng); Animal Health Inspection Institute of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Urumqi, China (W. Wang); Center for Animal Disease Control and Prevention of Alxa Youqi, Alxa, China (Y. Wei); Jiangsu Co-Innovation Center for the Prevention and Control of Important Animal Infectious Disease and Zoonoses, Yangzhou University, Yangzhou, China (C. Tu)
Figure 3. Spatial–temporal dynamics of RABVs in China. Phylogenetic analysis of 1,118 sequences representing 1,118 rabies cases or virus strains, including those obtained in this study using different gene fragments, followed by chronological summation of each subclade. A–C) Distribution of identified subclades during 3 time periods: A) before 2004; B) 2004–2008; C) 2009–2018. D) Quantitative trends of 8 Chinese RABV subclades during 2004–2018. Exact numbers within each subclade are given below the circles. SEA, Southeast Asia.
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