Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 in Breeding Turkeys, Valparaiso, Chile
Christian Mathieu, Valentina Moreno, Patricio Retamal, Alvaro Gonzalez, Alejandro Rivera, Jorge Fuller, Cecilia Jara, Claudio Lecocq, Miriam Rojas, Alfonso García, Marcela Vasquez, Michel Agredo, Cristian Gutiérrez, Hector Escobar, Rodrigo Fasce, Judith Mora, Julio García, Jorge Fernández, Claudio Ternicier, and Patricia Avalos
Author affiliations: Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero, Santiago, Chile (C. Mathieu, V. Moreno, A. Gonzalez, A. Rivera, J. Fuller, C. Jara, C. Lecocq, M. Rojas, A. García, M. Vasquez, M. Agredo, C. Gutiérrez, H. Escobar, C. Ternicier, P. Avalos); Universidad de Chile, Santiago (P. Retamal); Instituto de Salud Pública, Santiago (R. Fasce, J. Mora, J. García, J. Fernández)
Figure 2. Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus detection rates (%) in affected turkey flocks from farms A and B during August 14–October 20, 2009, Valparaiso, Chile. Tracheal and cloacal swabs were analyzed by real-time reverse transcription–PCR to detect matrix and N1 genes. In each sampling date, detection rates appear in numbers, and sampled flocks are indicated by letters and numbers.
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