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Volume 10, Number 6—June 2004

Dispatch

SARS Exposure and Emergency Department Workers

Wei-Tien Chang*, Chuan-Liang Kao*, Ming-Yi Chung*, Shyr-Chyr Chen*, Shou-Ju Lin*, Wen-Chu Chiang*, Shey-Ying Chen*, Chan-Ping Su*, Po-Ren Hsueh*Comments to Author , Wen-Jone Chen*Comments to Author , Pei-Jer Chen*, and Pan-Chyr Yang*
Author affiliations: *National Taiwan University Hospital and College of Medicine, Taipei, Taiwan

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Changes over time in levels of antibodies against severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus (SARS-CoV) in patients with laboratory-confirmed SARS. A denotes the changes of immunoglobulin (Ig) G, IgM, and IgA titers for a representative patient with severe SARS. B denotes the changes of IgG for two patients with mild SARS and one asymptomatic worker with SARS-CoV infection. The date of illness onset for patient C was assumed to be May 12, 2003 (the mean date of eight other SARS pat

Figure. Changes over time in levels of antibodies against severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus (SARS-CoV) in patients with laboratory-confirmed SARS. A denotes the changes of immunoglobulin (Ig) G, IgM, and IgA titers for a representative patient with severe SARS. B denotes the changes of IgG for two patients with mild SARS and one asymptomatic worker with SARS-CoV infection. The date of illness onset for patient C was assumed to be May 12, 2003 (the mean date of eight other SARS patients during the outbreak).

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