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Volume 19, Number 6—June 2013

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Zoonotic Mycobacterium bovis–induced Tuberculosis in Humans

Borna MüllerComments to Author , Salome Dürr, Silvia Alonso, Jan Hattendorf, Cláudio J.M. Laisse, Sven D.C. Parsons, Paul D. van Helden, and Jakob Zinsstag
Author affiliations: Stellenbosch University, Cape Town, South Africa (B. Müller, S.D.C. Parsons, P.D. van Helden); Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland (B. Müller, J. Hattendorf, J. Zinsstag); University of Basel, Basel (B. Müller, J. Hattendorf, J. Zinsstag); University of Berne, Berne, Switzerland (S. Dürr); Royal Veterinary College, Hertfordshire, UK (S. Alonso); Veterinary Faculty, Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique (C. J. M. Laisse)

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Figure 3

Proportion of zoonotic tuberculosis (TB) among all TB cases stratified by country: Africa. x-axis values are median proportions. Each circle represents a study with the circle diameter being proportional to the log10 of the number of isolates tested. A gray rhombus indicates that the number of samples tested was not reported or could not be inferred from the data available. The median proportion of all studies for a given country is indicated by X. Numbers on the right side of the figures indica

Figure 3. . Proportion of zoonotic tuberculosis (TB) among all TB cases stratified by country: Africa. x-axis values are median proportions. Each circle represents a study with the circle diameter being proportional to the log10 of the number of isolates tested. A gray rhombus indicates that the number of samples tested was not reported or could not be inferred from the data available. The median proportion of all studies for a given country is indicated by X. Numbers on the right side of the figures indicate the number of studies included for any given country.

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