Data from: Environmental dependency of amphibian-ranavirus genotypic interactions: evolutionary perspectives on infectious diseases

Echaubard P, Leduc J, Pauli B, Chinchar VG, Robert J, Lesbarrères D

Date Published: May 5, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qp544

 

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Title Infection
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Description This file describe the results of infection prevalence per treatment combination. 1. Temperature: COLD (14ºC) and WARM (22ºC). 2. Species: LF (Northern leopard frog), WF (wood frog). 3. Genotypes: we used two clutches of wood frog and one clutch of leopard frog representing 3 genotypes. 4.Strains: we used three ranavirus strain azaC, SsMeV and the wild type wt-FV3, see ur description in the main text. 5. Infection has been assessed by two PCR using published ranavirus MCP primers. The number of infected individual per treatment combination is given. 6. Non-infected: number of non-infected individuals per treatment combination.
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Title Survival
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Description This data file was tailored for the cox regression analysis of survival/mortality over time per treatment combination. The first eight columns represent independent variables: 1. label is the unique number of an individual. 2. Replicate is the number (1, 2 or 3) of the replicate that has been assigned to an individual. 3. Tank is the tank number to which a given individual was assigned. 4. Temperature is the temperature treatment to which a given individual has been randomly assigned (COLD 14ºC or WARM 22ºC). 5. Species is the taxonomic status of a given individual either LF (Northern leopard frog) or WF (wood frog). 6. Genotypes: we used one clutch of leopard frog (genotype #1) and two clutches of wood frog (genotypes #2 and #3). 7. Strains: we used three ranavirus strain azaC, SsMeV and the wild type wt-FV3, see our description in the main text. 8. Exposure: either an individual is "exposed" or "control". 9. Day_death represents the number of days an individual survived. 10. Censoring is a variable that specify our knowledge or absence of knowledge about an individual death. The value "1" denotes occurrence and observation of an individual's death during the experiment, and the value "0" denotes that an individual was censored because it survived throughout and may have survived after the end of the experiment but we don't really know.
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Echaubard P, Leduc J, Pauli B, Chinchar VG, Robert J, Lesbarrères D (2014) Environmental dependency of amphibian-ranavirus genotypic interactions: evolutionary perspectives on infectious diseases. Evolutionary Applications 7(7): 723-733. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12169

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Echaubard P, Leduc J, Pauli B, Chinchar VG, Robert J, Lesbarrères D (2014) Data from: Environmental dependency of amphibian-ranavirus genotypic interactions: evolutionary perspectives on infectious diseases. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qp544
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