Volume 8, Number 4—April 2002
Sampling Bias in the Molecular Epidemiology of Tuberculosis
|Output statistics||High burden||Moderate burden||Low burden|
|Sudan||NY prison||Algeria||US prison||Netherlands|
|Consensus incidence estimates||200||NAb||44||NAb||10|
|Maximum cluster size||87||19||9||17||15|
|Mean cluster size||10.2||3.2||1.7||2.9||1.7|
|Proportion of unique isolates||0.181||0.253||0.432||0.289||0.490|
aIncidence per 100,000. Consensus incidence estimates are shown for comparison with estimates obtained from the model.
bNo data available.
cARI = Annual risk of infection.
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