La rougeole et son virus

  title={La rougeole et son virus},
  author={François Freymuth and J. Dina and Isabelle Parent du Ch{\^a}telet and B. Mourez and Diane Waku-Kouomou and Astrid Vabret},
Apres la diminution spectaculaire de la rougeole grâce a la vaccination, celle-ci est reapparue en 2008, ou 604 cas ont ete declares a l’Institut national de veille sanitaire (InVS), puis 1 544 cas en 2009 et 2 605 jusqu’en juin 2010. Parallelement, 86 souches virales ont ete identifiees au Centre national de reference de la rougeole et des Paramyxoviridae respiratoires (CNR) a partir de prelevements salivaires en 2008, 316 en 2009 et 946 jusqu’en aoUt 2010. La realite de l’epidemie est etayee… Expand

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