Huan Mai

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BACKGROUND Limited information is available on the molecular epidemiology of GII.4 Sydney-associated diarrhea in China in the winter of 2012-13 during the global epidemic associated with the emergence of GII.4 Sydney. METHODS Fecal specimens collected from 171 diarrhea outpatients (one from each) between late October 2012 and the middle of March 2013 were(More)
To study the epidemiology and evolution of norovirus (NoV) in immunocompromised patients in a tertiary hospital in China. Stool specimens were collected from 131 hospitalized patients presenting with diarrhea from July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013, and were tested for NoV using RT-PCR. RT-PCR was performed to amplify the complete capsid genome for a series of(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the nucleotide and amino acid sequences of norovirus G II.4/Sydney 2012 variants, in China. METHODS Twenty-two stool specimens, confirmed as G II.4/Sydney 2012- positive were collected from Beijing in the winter of 2012-2013. RT-PCR was performed to target the complete capsid gene. G II.4/Sydney 2012 strains from other regions in China(More)
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