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Volume 19, Number 8—August 2013

Dispatch

Norovirus Surveillance among Callers to Foodborne Illness Complaint Hotline, Minnesota, USA, 2011–2013

Amy A. SaupeComments to Author , Dawn Kaehler, Elizabeth A. Cebelinski, Brian Nefzger, Aron J. Hall, and Kirk E. Smith
Author affiliations: Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (A.A. Saupe, D. Kaehler, E.A. Cebelinski, B. Nefzger, K.E. Smith); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A.J. Hall)

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Norovirus genotypes identified in stool samples submitted by norovirus-positive callers to the foodborne illness hotline, Minnesota, USA, October 2011–January 2013. *Other genotypes identified: GII.4 Minerva, GI.3B, GII.3, GI.2, GI.7, GII.12, GI.4, GI.5, GII.6, GII.8

Figure 2. . Norovirus genotypes identified in stool samples submitted by norovirus-positive callers to the foodborne illness hotline, Minnesota, USA, October 2011–January 2013. *Other genotypes identified: GII.4 Minerva, GI.3B, GII.3, GI.2, GI.7, GII.12, GI.4, GI.5, GII.6, GII.8

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