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Fig. 1 | BMC Infectious Diseases

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From: Prevalence of anti-Leptospira antibodies and associated risk factors in the Malaysian refugee communities

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IgM seroprevalence in the refugee population (i). A IgM seroprevalence according to whether subjects ate by hand or with cutlery, kept pets or not, and whether rats were present in the household; this interaction using a multifactorial minimum sufficient model (MMSM) was significant (χ21 = 5.761, P = 0.016). B IgM seroprevalence in male and female subjects according to whether they ate by hand or with cutlery and walked about barefoot or wore footwear (shoes) and this interaction was also significant (χ21 = 5.314, P = 0.021)

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