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Volume 13, Number 12—December 2007

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Clinical and Epidemiologic Characterization of WU Polyomavirus Infection, St. Louis, Missouri

Binh-Minh Le*, Lee M. Demertzis*, Guang Wu*, Robert J. Tibbets*, Richard Buller*, Max Q. Arens*, Anne M. Gaynor*, Gregory A. Storch*, and David Wang*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, USA;

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A) Percentage of samples positive for WU polyomavirus by age group. B) Percentage of samples positive for WU polyomavirus by month.

Figure. A) Percentage of samples positive for WU polyomavirus by age group. B) Percentage of samples positive for WU polyomavirus by month.

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