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Volume 12, Number 12—December 2006

Letter

Laboratory Exposure to Influenza A H2N2, Germany, 2004–2005

Annette Schrauder*, Brunhilde Schweiger*, Udo Buchholz*Comments to Author , Walter Haas*, Daniel Sagebiel*, Adrienne Guignard*, and Wiebke Hellenbrand*
Author affiliations: *Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany

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Titers of antibodies to influenza A H2N2 virus in laboratory personnel (n = 25; 13 born before 1969) and a comparison group born before 1969 (n = 32). The age listed is that in 2005. Titers <10 were assigned a value of 1.

Figure. Titers of antibodies to influenza A H2N2 virus in laboratory personnel (n = 25; 13 born before 1969) and a comparison group born before 1969 (n = 32). The age listed is that in 2005. Titers <10 were assigned a value of 1.

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