Corpus ID: 31100422

Molecular epidemiology of rabies virus in Vietnam (2006-2009).

  title={Molecular epidemiology of rabies virus in Vietnam (2006-2009).},
  author={A. K. T. Nguyen and D. Nguyen and Giang-Chau Ngo and T. T. Nguyen and S. Inoue and A. Yamada and X. K. Dinh and Thao X Phan and Bao Q Pham and H. T. Nguyen and Hanh Nguyen},
  journal={Japanese journal of infectious diseases},
  volume={64 5},
This study was aimed at determining the molecular epidemiology of rabies virus (RABV) circulating in Vietnam. Intra vitam samples (saliva and cerebrospinal fluid) were collected from 31 patients who were believed to have rabies and were admitted to hospitals in northern provinces of Vietnam. Brain samples were collected from 176 sick or furious rabid dogs from all over the country. The human and canine samples were subjected to reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction analysis. The… Expand
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