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Volume 11, Number 3—March 2005

Dispatch

Japanese Encephalitis Virus in Meningitis Patients, Japan

Masaru Kuwayama*Comments to Author , Mikako Ito†, Shinichi Takao*, Yukie Shimazu*, Shinji Fukuda*, Kazuo Miyazaki*, Ichiro Kurane†, and Tomohiko Takasaki†
Author affiliations: *Hiroshima Prefectural Institute of Health and Environment, Hiroshima, Japan; †National Institute of infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan

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Figure 2

Detection of the Japanese encephalitis virus E gene in cerebrospinal fluid from patients with meningitis. Lanes 1–4, patients Numbers 1–4; lane P, positive control (JaGAr#01); lane M, marker (100-bp ladder).

Figure 2. . Detection of the Japanese encephalitis virus E gene in cerebrospinal fluid from patients with meningitis. Lanes 1–4, patients Numbers 1–4; lane P, positive control (JaGAr#01); lane M, marker (100-bp ladder).

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