On the Home Front: Specialised Reference Testing for Dengue in the Australasian Region
Pyke, A.T.; Gunn, W.; Taylor, C.; Mackay, I.M.; McMahon, J.; Jelley, L.; Waite, B.; May, F. On the Home Front: Specialised Reference Testing for Dengue in the Australasian Region. Trop. Med. Infect. Dis. 2018, 3, 75.
Pyke AT, Gunn W, Taylor C, Mackay IM, McMahon J, Jelley L, Waite B, May F. On the Home Front: Specialised Reference Testing for Dengue in the Australasian Region. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease. 2018; 3(3):75.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pyke, Alyssa T.; Gunn, Wendy; Taylor, Carmel; Mackay, Ian M.; McMahon, Jamie; Jelley, Lauren; Waite, Ben; May, Fiona. 2018. "On the Home Front: Specialised Reference Testing for Dengue in the Australasian Region." Trop. Med. Infect. Dis. 3, no. 3: 75.
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Description: Figure adapted and used with permission, Microbiology Australia ( Pyke, A. T.; The origins of dengue outbreaks in northern Queensland, Australia, 1990-2017. Microbiol. Aus. 2018, 39. Doi: 10.1071/MA18027). Data includes secondary outbreaks which resulted from further spread of imported DENV strains into new Queensland locations. (a) A timeline summarizing the occurrence of northern Queensland outbreaks between 1990 and 2017 based on circulating DENV 1-4 serotypes. The sustained DENV-3 outbreak in 1997-1999 is represented by an elongated ellipse symbol. (b) The number of northern Queensland outbreaks occurring between 1990 and 2017 are plotted against the location (region traveled from or residence, given as specific country or broader regional classification where country data was unavailable) of DENV RT-rtPCR/RT-PCR positive patients. The most likely geographical source of outbreaks was inferred following phylogenetic analysis.