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Table 3 Identification of frequent simian foamy virus (SFV) infection in rural DRC

From: Novel simian foamy virus infections from multiple monkey species in women from the Democratic Republic of Congo

ID Sex, Age Village Forest frequency NHP exposure1 SFV WB SFV polPCR2sequence
6753 F,12 Tokondo Never B, PE, E Positive Negative
8223 F, 23 Tokondo Everyday B, PE, E Positive Co. angolensis
14092 M, 13 Loseke 2-4 times/month PDE, B Positive Negative
21044 F, 57 Asenge Everyday PE, E Positive Co. angolensis
22492 F, 62 Olombo Munene >4 times/month B, PE, E, S, BN Positive NA
23542 M, 32 Asenge 2-4 times/month NA Positive Negative
30015 F, 62 Asenge Everyday B, PE, E Positive Negative
32863 F, 36 Asenge Everyday B, PE, E Positive NA
33740 F, 13 Asenge >4 times/month B, PE, E Positive Negative
35222 F, 18 CERS Kole Yango Everyday None reported Positive Negative
38662 F, 21 CERS Kole Yango >4 times/month B, PE, E Positive Negative
39443 F, 11 CERS Kole Yango Never E Positive Negative
39911 M, 59 Djombe Everyday B, PE, E Positive Negative
40224 F, 50 Djombe >4 times/month None reported Positive Ce. ascanius
41274 F, 25 CERS Kole Yango Everyday PE, E Positive Negative
42652 M, 29 Kole Yango >4 times/month E Positive Negative
  1. 1.NHP, nonhuman primate; PDE, pick up dead monkey to eat; B, butcher monkey; PE, prepare monkey to eat; E, eat monkey; S, scratched by monkey; BN, bitten by monkey.
  2. 2.pol, polymerase; when PCR is positive monkey origin of infection is provided.