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Volume 12, Number 6—June 2006

Research

Human Rotavirus Serotype G9, São Paulo, Brazil, 1996–2003

Rita Cássia Compagnoli Carmona*Comments to Author , Maria do Carmo Sampaio Tavares Timenetsky*, Simone Guadagnucci Morillo*, and Leonardo José Richtzenhain†
Author affiliations: *Adolfo Lutz Institute, São Paulo, Brazil; †University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

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Rotavirus infection among children (<5 years of age), school-age children (5–17 years), adults (18–59 years), and elderly patients (>60 years) with acute diarrhea, São Paulo, Brazil, 1996–2003.

Figure 3. Rotavirus infection among children (<5 years of age), school-age children (5–17 years), adults (18–59 years), and elderly patients (>60 years) with acute diarrhea, São Paulo, Brazil, 1996–2003.

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