Zhiliang Wang1 , Jingyue Bao1, Xiaodong Wu1, Yutian Liu1, Lin Li, Chunju Liu, Longciren Suo, Zhonglun Xie, Wenji Zhao, Wei Zhang, Nan Yang, Jinming Li, Shushuang Wang , and Junwei Wang
Author affiliations: China Animal Health and Epidemiology Center, Qingdao, People’s Republic of China (Z. Wang, J. Bao, X. Wu, Y. Liu, L. Li, C. Liu, Z. Xie, W. Zhao, W. Zhang, N. Yang, J. Li, S. Wang, J. Wang); Tibet Center for Animal Disease Control, Lhasa, Tibet, People’s Republic of China (L. Suo)
Figure 1. A) Distribution of outbreaks of peste des petits ruminants disease in Tibet, China, 2007. Triangles indicate outbreaks confirmed by ELISA. Circles indicate outbreaks confirmed by reverse transcription–PCR (RT-PCR) and quantitative RT-PCR. Squares indicate outbreaks confirmed by ELISA and molecular methods. B) Cycle threshold (Ct) values (determined by use of q-RT-PCRs on samples) by county.
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