Risk Perceptions for Avian Influenza Virus Infection among Poultry Workers, China
Qi Yu1, Linqing Liu1, Juan Pu1, Jingyi Zhao, Yipeng Sun, Guangnian Shen, Haitao Wei, Junjie Zhu, Ruifeng Zheng, Dongyan Xiong, Xiaodong Liu, and Jinhua Liu
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Beijing General Station of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (Q. Yu, J. Zhao, H. Wei, J. Zhu, X. Liu); China Agricultural University, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (J. Liu, L. Liu, J. Pu, Y. Sun); Beijing Laboratory Diagnosis Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Beijing, (G. Shen, R. Zheng); Pinggu Animal Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing (D. Xiong); Shandong Animal Disease Control Center, Jinan, China (J. Liu)
Figure. . Avian influenza A (H9N2) virus microneutralization titers of workers with occupational exposure to poultry, Beijing, China, 2009–2010. A total of 305 serum specimens were tested by microneutralization assay, serum samples were considered positive with titers >80, and titers <10 were not included in this figure. Geometric mean titers and 95% CIs of subtype H9N2 microneutralization titers in various groups are indicated by long and short horizontal lines.
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