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Volume 28, Number 2—February 2022

Role of Anopheles Mosquitoes in Cache Valley Virus Lineage Displacement, New York, USA

Constentin Dieme1Comments to Author , Kiet A. Ngo1, Shaun Tyler, Joseph G. Maffei, Steven D. Zink, Alan P. Dupuis, Cheri A. Koetzner, Chelsea Shultis, Jessica Stout, Anne F. Payne, P. Bryon Backenson, Lili Kuo, Michael A. Drebot, Alexander T. Ciota, and Laura D. Kramer
Author affiliations: New York State Department of Health, Slingerlands, New York, USA (C. Dieme, K.A. Ngo, J.G. Maffei, S.D. Zink, A.P. Dupuis, C.A. Koetzner, C. Shultis, J. Stout, A.F. Payne, L. Kuo, A.T. Ciota, L.D. Kramer); Public Health Agency of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (S. Tyler, M.A Drebot); New York State Department of Health, Albany, New York, USA (P.B. Backenson); State University of New York at Albany, Albany (A.T. Ciota, L.D. Kramer)

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Table 4

Mean genetic distances for 3 genomic segments of 2 lineages of Cache Valley virus, New York, USA, 2000‒2016

Lineage Intralineage (interlineage)
Small Medium Large
1 0.0046 (0.040) 0.0109 (0.074) 0.0062 (0.051)
2 0.0023 (0.040) 0.0033 (0.074) 0.0278 (0.051)

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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