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Correction: Transmissibility of the Monkeypox Virus Clades via Respiratory Transmission: Investigation Using the Prairie Dog-Monkeypox Virus Challenge System

  • Christina L. Hutson,
  • Nadia Gallardo-Romero,
  • Darin S. Carroll,
  • Cody Clemmons,
  • Johanna S. Salzer,
  • Tamas Nagy,
  • Christine M. Hughes,
  • Victoria A. Olson,
  • Kevin L. Karem,
  • Inger K. Damon

Correction: Transmissibility of the Monkeypox Virus Clades via Respiratory Transmission: Investigation Using the Prairie Dog-Monkeypox Virus Challenge System

  • Christina L. Hutson, 
  • Nadia Gallardo-Romero, 
  • Darin S. Carroll, 
  • Cody Clemmons, 
  • Johanna S. Salzer, 
  • Tamas Nagy, 
  • Christine M. Hughes, 
  • Victoria A. Olson, 
  • Kevin L. Karem, 
  • Inger K. Damon
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There were multiple errors in the legend for Figure 2. The correct legend is: "Transmissibility of MPXV was studied within the prairie dog MPXV model. For each study, eight cages with holes on one side were utilized to individually cross-house eight animals. One challenged animal was cross-housed with an uninfected animal from the time of exposure of the challenged animal. West African MPXV primary challenge prairie dogs (n=3) are shown in blue line. High dose Congo Basin MPXV primary challenged prairie dogs (n=4) are shown in green lines (PDs 8025, 8027 and 8023 died on day 13/14 as indicated by cross). Low dose Congo Basin MPXV primary challenged prairie dogs (n=2) are shown in orange lines (PD9049 died on day on day 21 as indicated by cross)."