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Volume 13, Number 2—February 2007

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Disseminated Neonatal Herpes Caused by Herpes Simplex Virus Types 1 and 2

Aleksandra Knezevic*Comments to Author , Jelena Martic†, Maja Stanojevic*, Sasa Jankovic‡, Jasminka Nedeljkovic‡, Ljubica Nikolic†, Srdjan Pasic†, Borisav Jankovic†, and Tanja Jovanovic*
Author affiliations: *University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia; †Mother and Child Health Institute Dr Vukan Cupic, Belgrade, Serbia; ‡Institute of Immunology and Virology Torlak, Belgrade, Serbia;

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Results of herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 1 and type 2 PCRs in postmortem specimens. Lane 1, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane 2, negative control HSV-1; lane 3, positive control HSV-1; lane 4, tracheal aspirate HSV-1; lane 5, liver HSV-1; lane 6, lung HSV-1; lane 7, stomach HSV-1; lane 8, negative control HSV-2; lane 9, positive control HSV-2; lane 10, tracheal aspirate HSV-2; lane 11, liver HSV-2; lane 12, lung HSV-2; lane 13, stomach HSV-2.

Figure. Results of herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 1 and type 2 PCRs in postmortem specimens. Lane 1, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane 2, negative control HSV-1; lane 3, positive control HSV-1; lane 4, tracheal aspirate HSV-1; lane 5, liver HSV-1; lane 6, lung HSV-1; lane 7, stomach HSV-1; lane 8, negative control HSV-2; lane 9, positive control HSV-2; lane 10, tracheal aspirate HSV-2; lane 11, liver HSV-2; lane 12, lung HSV-2; lane 13, stomach HSV-2.

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