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Volume 27, Number 12—December 2021

Potential Use for Serosurveillance of Feral Swine to Map Risk for Anthrax Exposure, Texas, USA

Rachel M. Maison, Courtney F. Pierce, Izabela K. Ragan, Vienna R. Brown, Michael J. Bodenchuk, Richard A. Bowen, and Angela M. Bosco-LauthComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (R.M. Maison, I.K. Ragan, R.A. Bowen, A.M. Bosco-Lauth); US Department of Agriculture National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins (C.F. Pierce); US Department of Agriculture National Feral Swine Damage Management Program, Fort Collins (V.R. Brown); US Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, San Antonio, Texas, USA (M.J. Bodenchuk)

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Table 3

Odds ratios and 95% CIs of the probability of having anthrax antibodies by fixed effects covariates

Covariate Odds ratio (95% CI)
County status: endemic 1.035 (0.523–2.054)
Age class: adult 1.641 (0.903–3.059)
Sex: female 1.398 (0.966–2.026)
Latitude 0.858 (0.737–0.997)
Longitude 0.877 (0.702–1.092)

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