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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

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Role of Human Polyomaviruses in Respiratory Tract Disease in Young Children

Rachel L. Wattier, Marietta Vázquez, Carla Weibel, Eugene D. Shapiro, David Ferguson, Marie L. Landry, and Jeffrey S. KahnComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA;

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Age distribution of children positive for KI virus (KIV) and WU virus (WUV). The WUV-positive children include both asymptomatic and symptomatic children. One child whose specimens tested positive at age 6 months and again at age 9 months is represented in both age groups. The superimposed line graph represents the number of children tested in each age group.

Figure 2. Age distribution of children positive for KI virus (KIV) and WU virus (WUV). The WUV-positive children include both asymptomatic and symptomatic children. One child whose specimens tested positive at age 6 months and again at age 9 months is represented in both age groups. The superimposed line graph represents the number of children tested in each age group.

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