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Seroprevalence and Transmission of Human Influenza A(H5N1) Virus before and after Virus Reassortment, Cambodia, 2006-2014.

Seroprevalence and Transmission of Human Influenza A(H5N1) Virus before and after Virus Reassortment, Cambodia, 2006-2014.
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Ly S, Horwood P, Chan M, Rith S, Sorn S, Oeung K, Nguon K, Chan S, Y P, Parry A, Tsuyuoka R, Ly S, Richner B, Laurent D, Vong S, Dussart P, Buchy P, Tarantola A,


Ly S, Horwood P, Chan M, Rith S, Sorn S, Oeung K, Nguon K, Chan S, Y P, Parry A, Tsuyuoka R, Ly S, Richner B, Laurent D, Vong S, Dussart P, Buchy P, Tarantola A, (click to view)

Ly S, Horwood P, Chan M, Rith S, Sorn S, Oeung K, Nguon K, Chan S, Y P, Parry A, Tsuyuoka R, Ly S, Richner B, Laurent D, Vong S, Dussart P, Buchy P, Tarantola A,

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Emerging infectious diseases 23(2) 300-303 doi 10.3201/eid2302.161232
Abstract

Thirty-five human influenza A(H5N1) cases were reported in Cambodia during 2013-2014 after emergence of a clade 1.1.2 reassortant virus. We tested 881 villagers and found 2 cases of pauci- or asymptomatic infection. Seroprevalence after emergence of the reassortant strain (0.2%) was lower than the aggregate seroprevalence of 1.3% reported in earlier studies.

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