Endemic Dengue Associated with the Co-Circulation of Multiple Viral Lineages and Localized Density-Dependent Transmission

@inproceedings{Raghwani2011EndemicDA,
  title={Endemic Dengue Associated with the Co-Circulation of Multiple Viral Lineages and Localized Density-Dependent Transmission},
  author={Jayna Raghwani and Andrew Rambaut and Edward C. Holmes and Vu Thi Ty Hang and Tran Tinh Hien and Jeremy Farrar and Bridget A. Wills and Niall J. Lennon and Bruce W. Birren and Matthew R. Henn and Cameron P. Simmons},
  booktitle={PLoS pathogens},
  year={2011}
}
Dengue is one of the most important infectious diseases of humans and has spread throughout much of the tropical and subtropical world. Despite this widespread dispersal, the determinants of dengue transmission in endemic populations are not well understood, although essential for virus control. To address this issue we performed a phylogeographic analysis of 751 complete genome sequences of dengue 1 virus (DENV-1) sampled from both rural (Dong Thap) and urban (Ho Chi Minh City) populations in… CONTINUE READING

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