Page 2 of 3 Technical Appendix Table 2. Estimating a correction factor (C) for the early years of the study by using empirical data from moreArticle DOI http: dx.doi 10.3201 eid2012.131742 doihttp dxdoi 103201 eid1802111147Page 3 of 6 GOLV Isolation, Purification, and Sequencing This study also attempted to isolate GOLV from RT-PCR positive 25 serum samples (5 pools).
Page 3 of 7 the 1-year mode. The phase difference between the two oscillating components (T) was represented by the black dotted line. The right panel of the phase analysis corresponds to theArticle DOI http: dx.doi 10.3201 eid2112.141840 Page 3 of 8 References 1. Marklewitz M, Handrick S, Grasse W, Kurth A, Lukashev A, Drosten C. Gouléako virus isolated from West African mosquitoes constitutes a proposed novel genus in the familyArticle DOI http: dx.doi 10.3201 eid2112.141840 Page 3 of 8 References 1. Marklewitz M, Handrick S, Grasse W, Kurth A, Lukashev A, Drosten C. Gouléako virus isolated from West African mosquitoes constitutes a proposed novel genus in the family
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