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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

Letter

Rabies Immunization Status of Dogs, Beijing, China

Chao Wang, Ying Wang, Xiaoyan Du, Lin Zeng, Gang Dong, Yanhua Wu, Jing Lu, Deyou Wei, Xi Zhu, Guosheng Liu, Taiyun Zhao, and Zhenwen ChenComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Capital Medical University, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (C. Wang, Y. Wang, X. Du, Y. Wu, J. Lu, Z. Chen); Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Beijing (L. Zeng, T. Zhao); Chinese People’s Liberation Army Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing (G. Dong); Animal Health Inspection Office of Fengtai District, Beijing (D. Wei); Disease Control and Prevention Center of Fengtai District, Beijing (X. Zhu, G. Liu)

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Rabies immunization status of dogs, Fengtai, Beijing, China. Immunization status and vaccination coverage were categorized according to dog vaccination background and rabies antibody level in each dog. A) Vaccinated, B) never vaccinated, C) unclear vaccination history; D) guard dog, E) pet dog; F) in urban areas, G) in suburban areas. *Significant difference (p<0.05) for dogs with positive antibody levels between A, B, and C; between D and E; or between F and G; or a significant difference (p

Figure. Rabies immunization status of dogs, Fengtai, Beijing, China. Immunization status and vaccination coverage were categorized according to dog vaccination background and rabies antibody level in each dog. A) Vaccinated, B) never vaccinated, C) unclear vaccination history; D) guard dog, E) pet dog; F) in urban areas, G) in suburban areas. *Significant difference (p<0.05) for dogs with positive antibody levels between A, B, and C; between D and E; or between F and G; or a significant difference (p<0.05) in dog immunization coverage between D and E or between F and G.

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