Ling-Zhu Zhang

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To the Editor: Rabies has occurred in China for >2,000 years and was first described in ≈556 BC (1). Since 1950, human rabies has been a class II noti-fiable disease in China, and the annual number and distribution of human rabies cases have been archived. We examined the archived data from 1950 to 2004 and analyzed epidemiologic characteristics. During the(More)
Human rabies cases have been on the rise during the past few years in China and a total of 2651 cases were reported in 2004. To better understand the current rabies epidemics in China, we isolated rabies viruses from dogs and humans from five provinces and characterized these isolates genetically by sequencing the entire nucleoprotein (N) gene. Comparison(More)
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