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Figure 4. Distribution of cycle threshold (Ct) values in (A) case households (B) diarrhea control households and (C) healthy control households.. From: Household Transmission of Rotavirus in a Community with Rotavirus Vaccination in Quininde, Ecuador.

Black bars indicate index children (who were positive by ELISA in the case households and negative by ELISA in the control households, by definition. Red bars indicate symptomatic household contacts; grey bars indicate asymptomatic household contacts.

Ben Lopman, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(7):e67763.
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Figure 5. Genotype (G- and P-type) profiles of infections amongst rotavirus index cases and household contacts.. From: Household Transmission of Rotavirus in a Community with Rotavirus Vaccination in Quininde, Ecuador.

The first 2 columns represent the G and P types (respectively) of the typeable index cases (n = 35) and, with each typeable household contact (n = 57) shown to the right of the index case. Single G and P-tpye infections are color-coded; mixed infections are in black and un-typeable G- or P-types are in grey.

Ben Lopman, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(7):e67763.
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Figure 2. Infection and disease households with a rotavirus index case.. From: Household Transmission of Rotavirus in a Community with Rotavirus Vaccination in Quininde, Ecuador.

Each line represents infection and disease events in one household. Index cases are plotted in black (n = 39). Other cases of rotavirus gastroenteritis in the household are plotted in red and are plotted on the time axis in terms of time of onset relative to time of onset of the index case. Household contacts with asymptomatic infection are plotted in blue (off the time scale, since we cannot know at what time they become infected) and contacts remaining uninfected are plotted in grey. The size of the points are relative to the number of individuals with a given outcome; for reference the size of the index cases (black dots) represents a single individual.

Ben Lopman, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(7):e67763.

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