Figure 2.

The ratio of intra to inter-group infection rates for different sources of infection where disease persisted. The graph shows badger-derived infection (scenario 1; solid bars) compared with badger-derived and externally-derived infection (scenario 2; dotted bars). For scenario 2, the low density-dotted bars represent an externally-derived transmission probability of 0.0001, the medium density-dotted bars represent a probability of 0.001 and the high density-dotted bars represent a probability of 0.01. 95% confidence intervals are also shown. For a group size of 4, infection did not persist unless the probability of externally-derived infection was at least 0.001.

Hardstaff et al. BMC Veterinary Research 2012 8:92   doi:10.1186/1746-6148-8-92
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