Volume 27, Number 1—January 2021
Differential Yellow Fever Susceptibility in New World Nonhuman Primates, Comparison with Humans, and Implications for Surveillance
|Genus||Mortality rate, no. IHC positive/no. tested (%)||Infection rate, no. IHC or qRT-PCR positive/no. tested (%)||p value|
|Alouatta||437/708 (61.72)||445/708 (62.85)||0.8|
|Callicebus||8/28 (28.57)||9/28 (32.14)||1|
|Callithrix||10/921 (1.09)||25/921 (2.71)||0.015|
|Sapajus||13/95 (13.68)||13/95 (13.68)||1|
*IHC, immunohistochemical analysis; NWPs, New Word primates; qRT-PCR, quantitative reverse transcription PCR.
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