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Volume 15, Number 7—July 2009

Research

Invasions by Eurasian Avian Influenza Virus H6 Genes and Replacement of Its North American Clade

Heinrich zu Dohna1Comments to Author , Jinling Li1, Carol J. Cardona, Joy Miller, and Tim E. Carpenter
Author affiliations: University of California School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, California, USA (H. zu Dohna, J. Li, C.J. Cardona, T.E. Carpenter); National Center for Medical Intelligence, Fort Detrick, Maryland, USA (J. Miller);

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Figure 4

Proportion of viruses from the North American clade of avian influenza virus among wild bird isolates (blue) or poultry outbreaks (pink) in North America (A) or Eurasia (B). All poultry outbreaks in Eurasia were caused by viruses from the Eurasian clade (results not shown). Wild bird isolates are grouped by decade. Black circles show proportions of all isolates per decade (number of isolates per decade shown next to circles), black lines show fitted logistic regressions, and red circles show individual poultry outbreaks.

Figure 4. Proportion of viruses from the North American clade of avian influenza virus among wild bird isolates (blue) or poultry outbreaks (pink) in North America (A) or Eurasia (B). All poultry outbreaks in Eurasia were caused by viruses from the Eurasian clade (results not shown). Wild bird isolates are grouped by decade. Black circles show proportions of all isolates per decade (number of isolates per decade shown next to circles), black lines show fitted logistic regressions, and red circles show individual poultry outbreaks.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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