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Table 4 Specimens positive for mosquito-borne virus genes in Shanxi, China, 2015 by RT-PCR amplifications

From: Pigsties near dwellings as a potential risk factor for the prevalence of Japanese encephalitis virus in adult in Shanxi, China

Collection site Mosquito species Sample title viruses No. Of each pool
The courtyards of farmer A’ households with pigsties Culex tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1537 JEV 100
The courtyards of farmer B’ households with pigsties C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1503 JEV/GETV 75
  C. pipiens pallens SXYC1523a JEV 20
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1527 JEV 48
Pig farm A C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1542 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1562 JEV 100
Pig farm B C. pipiens pallens SXYC1530 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1546 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1548 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1549 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1551 GETV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1553 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1555 JEV 100
The courtyards of farmer C’ households with pigsties C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1570 JEV 100
  C. tritaeniorhynchus SXYC1582 JEV 100
  C. pipiens pallens SXYC1586 JEV 100
  C. pipiens pallens SXYC1588 JEV 100
  1. aVirus isolation obtained
  2. 1. Mosquitoes were collected from eight courtyards of farmers’ households (three with pigsties and five without pigsties) and two pig farms
  3. 2. The 16 pools of mosquito specimens positive for JEV were collected from the courtyards of three farmers’ households with pigsties (farmers A, B, and C) and two pig farms (pig farms A and B)