Precision Tracing of Household Dengue Spread Using Inter- and Intra-Host Viral Variation Data, Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand
Irina Maljkovic Berry1
, Melanie C. Melendrez1
, Simon Pollett, Katherine Figueroa, Darunee Buddhari, Chonticha Klungthong, Ananda Nisalak2
, Michael Panciera, Butsaya Thaisomboonsuk, Tao Li, Tyghe G. Vallard, Louis Macareo, In-Kyu Yoon, Stephen J. Thomas, Timothy Endy, and Richard G. Jarman
Author affiliations: Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Viral Diseases Branch, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA (I. Maljkovic Berry, M.C. Melendrez, S. Pollett, K. Figueroa, M. Panciera, T. Li, T.G. Vallard, R.G. Jarman); Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand (D. Buddhari, C. Klungthong, A. Nisalak, B. Thaisomboonsuk, L. Macareo); International Vaccine Institute, Seoul, South Korea (I.-K. Yoon); Upstate Medical University of New York Department of Medicine, Syracuse, New York, USA (S.J. Thomas, T. Endy)
Figure. Approximate locations of dengue virus serotype 1 household transmission clusters and chains, Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand. Chains were confirmed by Bayesian consensus sequence (magenta houses) or minor variant (green houses) analyses or both methods (blue house). Households are described by their subdistrict, cluster, and house numbers, such that the first 2 letters denote subdistrict, the next 2-digit number denotes cluster, and an H followed by a 3-digit number denotes house number. LD, Lan Dokmai; NC, Nakhon Chum; SK, Sa Kaeo; ST, Song Tham; TN, Thep Nakhon.
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