Coxsackievirus A21, Enterovirus 68, and Acute Respiratory Tract Infection, China
Zichun Xiang, Richard Gonzalez, Zhong Wang, Lili Ren, Yan Xiao, Jianguo Li, Yongjun Li, Guy Vernet, Gláucia Paranhos-Baccalà, Qi Jin, and Jianwei Wang
Author affiliations: MOH Key Laboratory of Systems Biology of Pathogens, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (Z. Xiang, L. Ren, J. Li, Q. Jin, J. Wang); Institute of Pathogen Biology, Beijing (Z. Xiang, R. Gonzalez, Z. Wang, L. Ren, Y. Xiao, J. Li, Q. Jin, J. Wang); Fondation Mérieux, Lyon, France (R. Gonzalez, Y. Li, G. Vernet, G. Paranhos-Baccalà); Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Beijing (Z. Wang)
Figure 1. . . Frequency of human enterovirus (HEV) serotypes detected among adult patients by using sequence analysis of a partial viral protein 1 gene, in Beijing, People’s Republic of China, August 2006–April 2010. A) Number of patients detected for each HEV serotype; B) Seasonal distribution of the HEVs in adults with acute respiratory tract infection. Numbers of samples tested in each month during the study period are shown on the right-side y-axis. CV, coxsackievirus; E, echovirus; EV, enterovirus.
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