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Volume 13, Number 9—September 2007

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Fecal Viral Concentration and Diarrhea in Norovirus Gastroenteritis

Nelson Lee*, Martin C.W. Chan*, Bonnie Wong*, K.W. Choi*, Winnie Sin*, Grace Lui*, Rickjason C. W. Chan*, Raymond W.M. Lai*, C.S. Cockram*, Joseph J.Y. Sung*, and Wai K. Leung*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People’s Republic of China;

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A) Fecal viral concentrations (log10 copies cDNA/g stool) plotted against duration of diarrhea (d). B) Fecal viral concentrations (log10 copies cDNA/g stool) plotted versus total frequency of vomiting. Black horizontal bars show medians, and error bars show interquartile ranges.

Appendix Figure. A) Fecal viral concentrations (log10 copies cDNA/g stool) plotted against duration of diarrhea (d). B) Fecal viral concentrations (log10 copies cDNA/g stool) plotted versus total frequency of vomiting. Black horizontal bars show medians, and error bars show interquartile ranges.

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