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Volume 16, Number 3—March 2010

Research

Murine Typhus in Austin, Texas, USA, 2008

Jennifer Adjemian12Comments to Author , Sharyn Parks1, Kristina McElroy, Jill Campbell, Marina E. Eremeeva, William L. Nicholson, Jennifer McQuiston, and Jeffery Taylor
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (J. Adjemian, S. Parks, K. McElroy, M.E. Eremeeva, W.L. Nicholson, J. McQuiston); Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin, Texas, USA (S. Parks, J. Taylor); Austin/Travis County Health Department, Austin (J. Campbell)

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Figure 2

Distribution of confirmed murine typhus case-patients and animals by serologic status for antibodies to Rickettsia typhi in Travis County, Texas, USA, 2008. Red circles, confirmed case-patients; black circles, sereopostive animals; gray circles, seronegative animals.

Figure 2. Distribution of confirmed murine typhus case-patients and animals by serologic status for antibodies to Rickettsia typhi in Travis County, Texas, USA, 2008. Red circles, confirmed case-patients; black circles, sereopostive animals; gray circles, seronegative animals.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

2Current affiliation: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Washington, DC, USA.

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