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Additional file 1 of Demographic, socioeconomic and disease knowledge factors, but not population mobility, associated with lymphatic filariasis infection in adult workers in American Samoa in 2014

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posted on 13.03.2020 by Patricia M. Graves, Sarah Sheridan, Saipale Fuimaono, Colleen L. Lau
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Distribution of the male and female population by age group (denominator is the total population aged 15 years and over, 2010 census). Figure S2. Frequency of households by asset index. Figure S3. Asset index by income category. Figure S4. Number of participants by county vs population size of county. Figure S5. Antigen and antibody prevalence by county. Figure S6. Antigen and antibody positivity, by short-term travel from and to American Samoa, last 12 months. Figure S7. Prevalence of antigen and antibody by whether or not MDA was taken. Table S1. Reported symptoms of LF. Table S2. Reported causes of LF. Table S3. MODEL B: multivariate logistic regression of risk factors affecting LF antigen and antibody positivity: sociodemographic and residence variables only (n = 639–642). Table S4. MODEL C: multivariate logistic regression of risk factors affecting LF antigen and antibody positivity: sociodemographic, residence and knowledge covariates, only participants who stated they had heard of LF (n = 537–540).

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