Data from: The Lyme disease pathogen has no effect on the survival of its rodent reservoir host

Voordouw MJ, Lachish S, Dolan MC

Date Published: February 23, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8bq31

 

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Title MARK input file 5bv2
Description MARK input file used to conduct the multistate capture-mark-recapture analysis. In this dataset the mice with unknown infection states were assigned to the uninfected state. This text file contains the mouse ear tag identification number (ear.tag) and the capture history for each individual mouse (ch5). The capture history has 21 occasions and four states: A, B, C, and D. The definitions of the four states are as follows: A = susceptible juvenile B = infected juvenile C = susceptible adult D = infected adult The eight columns after the capture history column refer to the eight combinations of the four different areas: Control Area (cont), Mallard Road (mal), Nauyaug Point (nau), New Area (new) and the two sexes: female (f), male (m). Thus the eight columns refer to the following groups: cont.f = Control Area females cont.m = Control Area males mal.m = Mallard Road females mal.f = Mallard Road females nau.f = Nauyaug Point females nau.m = Nauyaug Point males new.f = New Area females new.m = New Area males
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Title MARK input file 6bv2
Description MARK input file used to conduct the multistate capture-mark-recapture analysis. In this dataset the mice with unknown infection states were assigned to the infected with Borrelia burgdorferi state. This text file contains the mouse ear tag identification number (ear.tag) and the capture history for each individual mouse (ch5). The capture history has 21 occasions and four states: A, B, C, and D. The definitions of the four states are as follows: A = susceptible juvenile B = infected juvenile C = susceptible adult D = infected adult The eight columns after the capture history column refer to the eight combinations of the four different areas: Control Area (cont), Mallard Road (mal), Nauyaug Point (nau), New Area (new) and the two sexes: female (f), male (m). Thus the eight columns refer to the following groups: cont.f = Control Area females cont.m = Control Area males mal.m = Mallard Road females mal.f = Mallard Road females nau.f = Nauyaug Point females nau.m = Nauyaug Point males new.f = New Area females new.m = New Area males
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Voordouw MJ, Lachish S, Dolan MC (2015) The Lyme disease pathogen has no effect on the survival of its rodent reservoir host. PLOS ONE 10(2): e0118265. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0118265

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Voordouw MJ, Lachish S, Dolan MC (2015) Data from: The Lyme disease pathogen has no effect on the survival of its rodent reservoir host. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8bq31
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