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Volume 13, Number 6—June 2007

Dispatch

Emergence of Serotype G12 Rotaviruses, Hungary

Krisztián Bányai*†Comments to Author , Ágnes Bogdán*, Péter Kisfali†, Péter Molnár‡, Ilona Mihály‡, Béla Melegh†, Vito Martella§, Jon R. Gentsch¶, and György Szücs*†
Author affiliations: *Baranya County Institute of State Public Health Service, Pécs, Hungary; †University of Pécs, Hungary; ‡”St. Laszlo” Central Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Budapest, Hungary; §University of Bari, Bari, Italy; ¶Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA;

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Figure 1

Temporal distribution of serotype G12 human rotaviruses in Budapest, Hungary, 2005. Black columns indicate the number (N) of strains identified; gray columns represent the percentage of total strains for each month that were type G1.

Figure 1. Temporal distribution of serotype G12 human rotaviruses in Budapest, Hungary, 2005. Black columns indicate the number (N) of strains identified; gray columns represent the percentage of total strains for each month that were type G1.

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