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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

Dispatch

Serologic Evidence of Human and Swine Influenza in Mayan Persons

Guadalupe Ayora-Talavera*Comments to Author , Juan Manuel Cadavieco-Burgos*, and Alejandro Bernardino Canul-Armas*
Author affiliations: *Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mérida, Yucatan; Serologic Evidence of Human and Swine Influenza

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Table 2

Specific hemagglutination inhibition antibodies by age group, Kochol, Yucatán

Age group/total N n (%)
8–14 16 A/Bayern/7/97
(H1N1) A/Sw/Wis/238/97
(H1N1) A/Sw/Mn/593/99
(H3N2) A/Sydney/5/97
(H3N2)
15–24 33 4 (25) 0 14 (87) 9 (56)
25–34 28 13 (39) 0 29 (88) 14 (42)
35–44 24 5 (16) 0 22 (78) 9 (32)
45–53 14 4 (16) 1 (4) 16 (66) 9 (37)
Total 4 (33) 1 (8) 10 (71) 6 (43)

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