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Table 1 Metadata and percent of genome that was able to be called unambiguously for 19 samples that amplified sufficiently to attempt sequencing

From: Genomic epidemiology supports multiple introductions and cryptic transmission of Zika virus in Colombia

Strain NameCollection DateCt ValueMunicipalityDepartmentCoverage
COL/FH01/20162016-02-24PositiveMonteríaCórdoba4.1%
COL/FH02/20162016-02-29PositiveMonteríaCórdoba94.3%
COL/FH03/20162016-03-09PositiveIbaguéTolima94.3%
Aedes_aegypti/COL/FH04/20162016-01-29PositiveMonteríaCórdoba96.1%
COL/FH05/20162016-07-2716Belén de UmbríaRisaralda96.1%
COL/FH06/20162016-05-0322BarranquillaAtlántico0.0%
COL/FH07/20162016-05-1623PitalitoHuila55.7%
COL/FH08/20162016-08-25PositiveCaliValle del Cauca0.0%
COL/FH09/20162016-11-02PositiveCaliValle del Cauca94.3%
COL/FH10/20152015-12-1624.72GirardotCundinamarca0.0%
COL/FH11/20162016-02-10PositiveTaminangoNariño0.0%
COL/FH12/20162016-03-2224.46VillagarzónPutumayo0.0%
COL/FH13/20162016-04-0127.56San AndrésSan Andrés10.4%
COL/FH14/20162016-05-2621VillavicencioMeta35.5%
COL/FH15/20162016-05-1223.85Imported CaseImported Case21.0%
COL/FH16/20162016-06-2224CaliValle del Cauca81.8%
COL/FH17/20162016-06-27PositiveBarranquillaAtlántico0.0%
COL/FH18/20162016-08-08PositiveBarranquillaAtlántico0.0%
COL/FH19/20162016-08-30PositiveCaliValle del Cauca81.8%
  1. Not all samples had annotated Ct values; rather, in some cases, samples were only specified to be positive or negative for ZIKV