Virulence of Japanese Encephalitis Virus Genotypes I and III, Taiwan
, Jen-Wei Lin1
, Shu-Ying Liao, Jo-Mei Chen, Yi-Ying Chen, Hsien-Chung Chiu, Chen-Chang Shih, Chi-Ming Chen, Ruey-Yi Chang, Chwan-Chuen King, Wei-June Chen, Yi-Ting Ko, Chao-Chin Chang, and Shyan-Song Chiou
Author affiliations: National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan (Y.-C. Fan, J.-W. Lin, S.-Y. Liao, J.-M. Chen, Y.-Y. Chen, C.-M. Chen, Y.-T. Ko, C.-C. Chang, S.-S. Chiou); National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan (H.-C. Chiu); Tri-Service General Hospital (H.-C. Chiu); Taiwan Mennonite Christian Hospital, Hualien, Taiwan (C.-C. Shih); Tungs’ Taichung MetroHarbor Hospital, Taichung (C.-M. Chen); National Dong Hwa University, Hualien (R.-Y. Chang); National Taiwan University, Taipei (C.-C. King); Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan (W.-J. Chen)
Figure. JEV genotype-specific asymptomatic ratios for 8 serum panels collected during the GIII- and GI-endemic periods (1994–2000 and 2010–2012) in Taiwan. The adjusted asymptomatic ratios estimated from genotype-representing populations were included to calculate JEV genotype-specific asymptomatic ratios. Horizontal lines indicate mean; error bars indicate SEM. JEV, Japanese encephalitis virus.
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