Dogs as Sentinels for Human Infection with Japanese Encephalitis Virus
Hiroshi Shimoda, Yoshito Ohno, Masami Mochizuki, Hiroyuki Iwata, Masaru Okuda, and Ken Maeda
Author affiliations: Yamaguchi University, Yoshida, Yamaguchi, Japan (H. Shimoda, Y. Ohno, H. Iwata, M. Okuda, K. Maeda); Kyoritsu Seiyaku Corporation, Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan (M. Mochizuki)
Figure. Seropositivity for Japanese encephalitis virus among dogs in 9 districts of Japan, 2006–2007. Numbers in parenthesis indicate number of dogs tested. The size of each circle indicates the number of samples. Black pie chart segments indicate the proportion of seropositive dogs; white segments indicate proportion of seronegative dogs.
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