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Volume 12, Number 5—May 2006

Research

Coronavirus HKU1 Infection in the United States

Frank Esper*, Carla Weibel†, David Ferguson†, Marie L. Landry†, and Jeffrey S. Kahn†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio, USA; †Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

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Weekly distribution of human coronavirus (HCoV)-HKU1 infection in children <5 years of age, December 16, 2001, to December 15, 2002, New Haven, Connecticut. The weekly distributions of HCoV-HKU1 isolates are shown as gray bars (left axis). The total number of samples collected by week are indicated by black bars (right axis).

Figure. Weekly distribution of human coronavirus (HCoV)-HKU1 infection in children <5 years of age, December 16, 2001, to December 15, 2002, New Haven, Connecticut. The weekly distributions of HCoV-HKU1 isolates are shown as gray bars (left axis). The total number of samples collected by week are indicated by black bars (right axis).

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