Origin of Human T-Lymphotropic Virus Type 1 in Rural Côte d’Ivoire
Sébastien Calvignac-Spencer, Edgard V. Adjogoua, Chantal Akoua-Koffi, Claudia Hedemann, Grit Schubert, Heinz Ellerbrok, Siv Aina Jensen Leendertz, Georg Pauli, and Fabian H. Leendertz
Author affiliations: Robert Koch-Institut, Berlin, Germany (S. Calvignac-Spencer, C. Hedemann, G. Schubert, H, Ellerbrok, S.A. Jensen Leendertz, G. Pauli, F. H. Leendertz); Institut Pasteur, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (E.V. Adjogoua, C. Akoua-Koffi)
Figure 1. . . Sampling zone in study of the origin of human T-lymphotropic virus type 1 in rural western Africa, 2006–2007. Taï National Park is indicated in white on the gray background of Côte d’Ivoire. The black rectangle overlapping Taï National Park defines a zone encompassing the 18 villages where study participants resided. Village names and the number of participants are as follows: Daobly (38), Djereoula (31), Djiboulay (40), Gahably (55), Gouléako (37), Goulégui-Béoué (55), Kéibly (90), Pauléoula (20), Ponan (21), Port-Gentil (47), Sakré (75), Sioblooula (35), Taï (26), Tieleoula (40), Zagné (17), Zaïpobly (37), Ziriglo (74).
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