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Fig. 3 | Infectious Diseases of Poverty

Fig. 3

From: Mapping the viruses belonging to the order Bunyavirales in China

Fig. 3

The relationship matrix of Bunyavirales virus species and involved vectors. The viruses that could infect humans with any detection method, including molecular, serological and pathogen isolation method, were marked by purple fonts. This represented infection of human-infected viruses in humans detected only by serological methods. *Hantavirus referred to unclassified hantavirus. Names of vectors were marked in blue if there was any proof through literature or search engines that they bite humans. The red square indicated that viruses can infect humans and can be carried by human-biting vectors, and it turned into blue if the vector cannot bite humans. Light yellow squares indicated viruses were not pathogenic to humans carried by human-biting vectors, and it turned into grey if carried by vectors of non-biting human. Bunyavirales viruses in vectors were all detected by molecular methods or pathogen isolation. The full name of each pathogen was shown in Table 1

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