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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

Research

Selection Tool for Foodborne Norovirus Outbreaks

Linda VerhoefComments to Author , Annelies Kroneman, Yvonne van Duynhoven, Hendriek Boshuizen, Wilfrid van Pelt, Marion Koopmans, and on behalf of the Foodborne Viruses in Europe Network
Author affiliations: National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, the Netherlands

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Figure 1

Outbreaks reported to the Foodborne Viruses in Europe network from January 2002 through December 2006, by suspected or confirmed cause and completeness of year and month of the outbreak, sequence information, and mode of transmission. Other causative agents include rotavirus, hepatitis A, and various bacteria.

Figure 1. Outbreaks reported to the Foodborne Viruses in Europe network from January 2002 through December 2006, by suspected or confirmed cause and completeness of year and month of the outbreak, sequence information, and mode of transmission. Other causative agents include rotavirus, hepatitis A, and various bacteria.

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1Persons contributing and countries represented: H. Vennema, E. Duizer (the Netherlands); D. Brown, B. Adak, J. Gray, J. Harris, M. Iturriza (United Kingdom); K.-H. von Bonsdorff, L. Maunula, M. Kuusi (Finland); B. Böttiger, K. Mølbak, G. Falkenhorst, C. Johnsen (Denmark); K.-O. Hedlund, Y. Andersson, M. Thorhagen, M. Lysén, M. Hjertqvist (Sweden); P. Pothier, E. Kohli, K. Balay, J. Kaplon, G. Belliot, S. Le Guyader (France); A. Bosch, A. Dominguez, J. Buesa, A. Sanchez Fauquier, G. Hernández-Pezzi (Spain); G. Szücs, G. Reuter, K. Krisztalovics (Hungary); M. Poljsak-Prijatelj, D. Barlic-Maganja, A. Hocevar Grom (Slovenia); F. Ruggeri, I. Di Bartolo (Italy); E. Schreier, K. Stark, J. Koch, M. Höhne (Germany); M. Lynch, B. Foley, P. McKeown, S. Coughlan (Ireland); K. Vainio, T. Bruun (Norway).

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