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Volume 12, Number 6—June 2006

Research

Human Parechovirus Infections in Canada

Yacine Abed*† and Guy Boivin*†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; †Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

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Cytopathic effects (CPEs) observed 3 days after infection of HT-29 cells with an enterovirus or a human parechovirus (HPeV)-1 isolate after 1 passage on this cell line (A); CPE observed 1 day after infection of LLC-MK2 cells with a HPeV-3 isolate after 3 passages on this cell line (B).

Figure 1. Cytopathic effects (CPEs) observed 3 days after infection of HT-29 cells with an enterovirus or a human parechovirus (HPeV)-1 isolate after 1 passage on this cell line (A); CPE observed 1 day after infection of LLC-MK2 cells with a HPeV-3 isolate after 3 passages on this cell line (B).

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