Serogroup W135 Meningococcal Disease, The Gambia, 2012
M. Jahangir Hossain
, Anna Roca, Grant A. Mackenzie, Momodou Jasseh, Mohammad Ilias Hossain, Shah Muhammad, Manjang Ahmed, Osuorah Donatus Chidiebere, Ndiaye Malick, S.M. Bilquees, Usman N. Ikumapayi, Baba Jeng, Baba Njie, Mamady Cham, Beate Kampmann, Tumani Corrah, Stephen Howie, and Umberto D’Alessandro
Author affiliations: Medical Research Council Unit, Banjul, The Gambia (M.J. Hossain, A. Roca, G.A. Mackenzie, M. Jasseh, M.I. Hossain, S. Muhammad, M. Ahmed, O.D. Chidiebere, N. Malick, S.M. Bilquees, U.N. Ikumapayi, B. Kampmann, T. Corrah, S. Howie, U. D’Alessandro); Ministry of Health, Banjul (B. Jeng, B. Njie, M. Cham); Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium (U. D’Alessandro)
Figure 2. . Number of epidemic cases of Neisseria meningitidis serogroup W135 in relation to time, temperature, humidity, and rainfall, Central River Region, The Gambia, February 1–June 25, 2012. Blue line, maximum temperature; red line, minimum temperature; green line, humidity; blue bars, total number of cases.
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