Targeting Surveillance for Zoonotic Virus Discovery
Jordan Levinson1, Tiffany L. Bogich1, Kevin J. Olival, Jonathan H. Epstein, Christine K. Johnson, William Karesh, and Peter Daszak
Author affiliations: EcoHealth Alliance, New York, New York, USA (J. Levinson, T.L. Bogich, K.J. Olival, J.H. Epstein, W. Karesh, P. Daszak); National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA (T.L. Bogich); Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA (T.L. Bogich); School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, California, USA (C.K. Johnson)
Figure 2. . Probability of being symptomatic as determined by logistic regression analysis, with bias reduction of whether a host is diseased, for 234 mammal–virus pairs. Pairs represent mammals from 5 taxonomic orders and viruses from 10 taxonomic families. Probabilities are based on the predicted values of the logistic regression and are given on a 5-point gray scale (key on right). CIs were calculated asthe coefficient plus 1.96 × SE (from Table). See Table for detailed results of the regression analysis.
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