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Volume 19, Number 2—February 2013

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Influenza A(H5N1) Virus Surveillance at Live Poultry Markets, Cambodia, 2011

Srey Viseth Horm, San Sorn, Lotfi Allal, and Philippe BuchyComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (S.V. Horm, S. Sorn, P. Buchy); Ministry of Agriculture, Phnom Penh (S. Sorn); Food and Agriculture Organization, Phnom Penh (L. Allal)

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Prevalence of influenza A(H5N1) virus–positive environmental samples from live poultry markets, by collection week, during the Khmer New Year festival, Cambodia, 2011. The New Year festival occurred during week 4 of the study. M1, Orussey market (Phnom Penh); M2, Chamkar Doung market (Phnom Penh); M3, Takeo market (Takeo Province); M4, Kampong Cham market (Kampong Cham Province). Samples positive for the matrix, hemagglutinin 5, and neuraminidase 1 genes by quantitative real-time reverse transcr

Figure 1. . Prevalence of influenza A(H5N1) virus–positive environmental samples from live poultry markets, by collection week, during the Khmer New Year festival, Cambodia, 2011. The New Year festival occurred during week 4 of the study. M1, Orussey market (Phnom Penh); M2, Chamkar Doung market (Phnom Penh); M3, Takeo market (Takeo Province); M4, Kampong Cham market (Kampong Cham Province). Samples positive for the matrix, hemagglutinin 5, and neuraminidase 1 genes by quantitative real-time reverse transcription PCR were considered positive for subtype H5N1 virus. In rare instances, neuraminidase 1–negative samples that were positive for the matrix and hemagglutinin genes were considered positive for subtype H5N1 virus.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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