Data from: Maternal antibodies contribute to sex based difference in hantavirus transmission dynamics

Kallio ER, Henttonen H, Koskela E, Lundkvist Å, Mappes T, Vapalahti O

Date Published: December 18, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d632k

 

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Description Individual level data for 77 bank voles. Headings of the columns: Individual from 1 to 77, sex of the animal, f= female, m=males; PUUV serostatus in September, 0= seronegative, 1=seropositive; MatAb carrier in September, 0= no, 1=yes; PUUV infected = seropositive in November, 0=no, 1= yes, enclosure where the animal has been captured, MatAb prevalence in September = number of MatAb carriers/(Matab carriers+seronegative) in September, treatment FI=founder females infected, MI=founder males infected
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Kallio ER, Henttonen H, Koskela E, Lundkvist Å, Mappes T, Vapalahti O (2013) Maternal antibodies contribute to sex based difference in hantavirus transmission dynamics. Biology Letters 9(6): 20130887. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2013.0887

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Kallio ER, Henttonen H, Koskela E, Lundkvist Å, Mappes T, Vapalahti O (2013) Data from: Maternal antibodies contribute to sex based difference in hantavirus transmission dynamics. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d632k
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