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Molecular epidemiology of measles in India, 2005-2010.
Measles is a childhood disease that causes great morbidity and mortality in India and worldwide. Because measles surveillance in India is in its infancy, there is a paucity of countrywide data onExpand
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Genomic analysis of SARS-CoV-2 strains among Indians returning from Italy, Iran & China, & Italian tourists in India
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Circulation of Two Mumps Virus Genotypes in an Unimmunized Population in India
Two separate outbreaks of fever with parotitis were reported from the Apsinga and Pimpla villages in the Osmanabad district of the Maharashtra State, India during February and March 2012.Expand
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Complete Genome Sequence of Mumps Virus Isolated from Karnataka State, India
ABSTRACT We report the first whole-genome sequence of mumps virus isolated from a two-year-old girl with bilateral parotitis from a Chikkahallivana village in the Davangere district of KarnatakaExpand
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Measles virus genotypes circulating in India, 2011–2015
The Government of India is accepted to participate in the measles elimination and rubella control goal 2020, hence genetic characterization of measles viruses (MeV) becomes essential. At NationalExpand
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Measles & rubella outbreaks in Maharashtra State, India
Background & objectives: Under the outbreak-based measles surveillance in Maharashtra State the National Institute of Virology at Pune receives 3-5 serum samples from each outbreak and samples fromExpand
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Complete genome sequence of mumps viruses isolated from patients with parotitis, pancreatitis and encephalitis in India.
Limited information is available regarding epidemiology of mumps in India. Mumps vaccine is not included in the Universal Immunization Program of India. The complete genome sequences of Indian mumpsExpand
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Spatio-temporal distribution analysis of circulating genotypes of dengue virus type 1 in western and southern states of India by a one-step real-time RT-PCR assay.
Dengue virus type 1 (DENV-1) Asian and American/African (AM/AF) genotypes were reported to be co-circulating in southern and western states of India based on envelope (E) gene sequencing of fewExpand
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