Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011
Coronavirus HKU1 in Children, Brazil, 1995
|Specimen no.: HCoV strain by pol analyses||Age/sex||Sample collection date||Clinical diagnosis||Co-infections||Detection method, fragment sequenced|
|09: HKU1A||3 mo/F||Mar||Pertussis||ND||Nested PCR, 143 bp|
|37: HKU1A||2 mo/M||Apr||Bronchiolitis plus bronchopneumonia||RSV||Nested PCR, 143 bp|
|90: HKU1B||4 mo/M||Jul||Upper respiratory infection||ND||Nested PCR, 143 bp|
|99: HKU1 B||9 y/M||Jul||Pleural effusion pneumonia||ND||Nested PCR, 143 bp|
|104: HKU1 A||2 mo/F||Jul||Pertussis||ND||Pancoronavirus PCR, 143 bp|
|169: HKU1B||3 y/F||Nov||Fever, diarrhea||Worms||Pancoronavirus PCR, 173 bp|
*HCoV, human coronavirus; ND, not detected; RSV, respiratory syncytial virus.
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