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Volume 18, Number 1—January 2012

Research

Invasive Meningococcal Capsular Group Y Disease, England and Wales, 2007–2009

Shamez N. LadhaniComments to Author , Jay Lucidarme, Lynne S. Newbold, Stephen J. Gray, Anthony D. Carr, Jamie Findlow, Mary E. Ramsay, Edward B. Kaczmarski, and Raymond Borrow
Author affiliations: Health Protection Agency, London, UK (S.N. Ladhani, M.E. Ramsay); Health Protection Agency, Manchester, UK (J. Lucidarme, L.S. Newbold, S.J. Gray, A.D. Carr, J. Findlow, E.B. Kaczmarski, R. Borrow); University of Manchester, Manchester (R. Borrow)

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Number of persons with invasive meningococcal capsular group Y (MenY), by age group and year (A) and incidence with clinical features of MenY disease, by age group, in 2009 (B), England and Wales.

Figure 1. Number of persons with invasive meningococcal capsular group Y (MenY), by age group and year (A) and incidence with clinical features of MenY disease, by age group, in 2009 (B), England and Wales.

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