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Volume 8, Number 8—August 2002

Research

Human Exposure to Herpesvirus B–Seropositive Macaques, Bali, Indonesia

Gregory A. Engel*, Lisa Jones-Engel*Comments to Author , Michael A. Schillaci*, Komang Gde Suaryana†, Artha Putra†, Agustin Fuentes‡, and Richard Henkel§
Author affiliations: *University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA; †Udayana University, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia; ‡Central Washington University, Ellensberg, Washington, USA; §Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Table 2

Demographic characteristics of human study participants, Sangeh, Bali

Demographic characteristic No. (% of total)
All persons 105 (100)
Age group
  <20 11(10.5)
  20–29 27 (25.7)
  30–39 26 (24.8)
  40–49 31 (29.5)
  >49 10 (9.5)
Sex
  Male 67 (63.8)
  Female 38 (36.2)
Marital status
  Single 29 (27.6)
  Married 75 (71.4)
  Widowed 1 (1)
Education
  <6th grade 38 (36.2)
  7th–9th grade 23 (21.9)
  10th–12th grade 38 (36.2)
  University 6 (3.8)
Occupation
  Merchant 36 (34.3)
  Photographer 26 (24.8)
  Farmer 19 (18.1)
  Security 7 (6.7)
  Government employee 5 (4.8)
  Traditional guard 5 (4.8)
  Laborer 4 (3.8)
  Other 3 (2.9)

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