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Volume 13, Number 12—December 2007

Research

Swine Influenza (H3N2) Infection in a Child and Possible Community Transmission, Canada

Joan L. Robinson*†Comments to Author , Bonita E. Lee*, Jagdish Patel‡, Nathalie Bastien§, Karen Grimsrud¶, Robert F. Seal†, Robin King‡, Frank Marshall#, and Yan Li†§
Author affiliations: *Public Health and Provincial Laboratory (Microbiology), Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; †University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; ‡Alberta Agriculture and Food, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; §National Medical Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; ¶Alberta Health and Wellness, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; #Marshall Swine Health Service, Camrose, Alberta, Canada;

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Table 1

Hemagglutination-inhibition reaction of A/Canada/1158/2006 isolates with reference antiserum against currently circulating human and swine viruses

Antigen Antiserum (titers)
A/New Caledonia/
20/99 
(human H1N1) A/Wisconsin/
67/2005 
(human H3N2) A/Panama/
2007/99 
(human H3N2) A/Nanchang/
933/95 
(human H3N2) A/Swine/Texas/
4199–2/98
(swine H3N2)
Control
A/New Caledonia/20/99 
 (human H1N1) 320 <4 <4 <4 <4
A/Wisconsin/67/2005 
 (human H3N2) <4 320 64 8 8
A/Ontario/RV1273/2005 
 (swine H3N2)
<4
<4
<4
<4
256
Patient
A/Canada/1158/2006 <4 <4 <4 <4 128

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