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Volume 17, Number 2—February 2011

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Comparison of Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 and Seasonal Influenza Viral Loads, Singapore

Chun K. Lee, Hong K. Lee, Tze P. Loh, Florence Y.L. Lai, Paul A. Tambyah, Lily Chiu, Evelyn S.C. Koay, and Julian W. TangComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: National University Hospital, Singapore (C.K. Lee, H.K. Lee, T.P. Loh, P.A. Tambyah, L. Chiu, E.S.C. Koay, J.W. Tang); Ministry of Health, Singapore (F.Y.L. Lai); National University of Singapore, Singapore (P.A. Tambyah, E.S.C. Koay)

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A) Profile plot and multivariate comparisons of the estimated nucleoprotein viral loads of pandemic (H1N1) 2009, by patient age group, against days from symptom onset in the final multiple analysis of variance model. B) Profile plot and comparisons of the estimated matrix protein viral loads of seasonal influenza H3 by the presence or absence of comorbidities against days from symptom onset in the final analysis of variance model.

Figure 2. A) Profile plot and multivariate comparisons of the estimated nucleoprotein viral loads of pandemic (H1N1) 2009, by patient age group, against days from symptom onset in the final multiple analysis of variance model. B) Profile plot and comparisons of the estimated matrix protein viral loads of seasonal influenza H3 by the presence or absence of comorbidities against days from symptom onset in the final analysis of variance model.

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