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Volume 17, Number 8—August 2011

Research

Asymptomatic Primary Merkel Cell Polyomavirus Infection among Adults

Yanis L. Tolstov, Alycia Knauer, Jian Guo Chen, Thomas W. Kensler, Lawrence A. Kingsley1, Patrick S. Moore1, and Yuan Chang1Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (Y.L. Tolstov, A. Knauer, T.W. Kensler, L.A. Kingsley, P.S. Moore, Y. Chang); Qidong Liver Cancer Institute, Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China (J.G. Chen); Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (T.W. Kensler)

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Figure 1

Merkel cell polyomavirus immunoglobulin G reactivity among Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study participants, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. A) Flowchart of test results for 564 participants and for 108 participants with initial negative tests who were available for follow-up testing. B) Combined results for initial and follow-up testing.

Figure 1. Merkel cell polyomavirus immunoglobulin G reactivity among Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study participants, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. A) Flowchart of test results for 564 participants and for 108 participants with initial negative tests who were available for follow-up testing. B) Combined results for initial and follow-up testing.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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