Rotavirus Surveillance in Urban and Rural Areas of Niger, April 2010–March 2012
Anne-Laure Page , Viviane Jusot, Abdoul-Aziz Mamaty, Lagare Adamou, Jérôme Kaplon, Pierre Pothier, Ali Djibo, Mahamane L. Manzo, Brahima Toure, Céline Langendorf, Jean-Marc Collard, and Rebecca F. Grais
Author affiliations: Epicentre, Paris, France (A.-L. Page, C. Langendorf, R.F. Grais); Epicentre, Niamey, Niger (V. Jusot, A.-A. Mamaty, B. Toure); Centre de Recherche Médicale et Sanitaire (CERMES), Niamey (L. Adamou, J.-M. Collard); University Hospital of Dijon, Dijon, France (J. Kaplon, P. Pothier); Ministry of Health, Niamey (A. Djibo, M.L. Manzo); Niamey University, Niamey (A. Djibo)
Figure. . . Number of rotavirus cases and extrapolated number of the 2 most frequent genotypes, G2P and G12P, identified each month during a 2-year surveillance study in urban and rural areas of Niger, April 2010–March 2012. A) Cases in Niamey, the capital of Niger. B) Cases in Maradi region. Vertical bars indicate CIs.
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