Vaccine-Derived Polioviruses and Children with Primary Immunodeficiency, Iran, 1995–2014
, Shohreh Shahmahmoodi1
, Hassan Abolhassani, Saeed Soleyman-jahi, Leila Parvaneh, Sussan Mahmoudi, Zahra Chavoshzadeh, Reza Yazdani, Seyed Mohsen Zahraei, Mohsen Ebrahimi, Mohammad H. Eslamian, Hamideh Tabatabaie, Maryam Yousefi, Yaghoob M. Kandelousi, Aliasghar Oujaghlou, Nima Rezaei, and Asghar Aghamohammadi
Author affiliations: Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran (M. Shaghaghi, S. Shahmahmoodi, H. Abolhassani, S. Soleyman-jahi, L. Parvaneh, M. Ebrahimi, M.H. Eslamian, N. Rezaei, A. Aghamohammadi); Universal Scientific Education and Research Network, Tehran (M. Shaghaghi, H. Abolhassani, S. Soleyman-jahi, R. Yazdani, N. Rezaei, A. Aghamohammadi); Research Center for Immunodeficiences, Tehran (M. Shaghaghi, H. Abolhassani, N. Rezaei, A. Aghamohammadi); Tehran University of Medical Sciences School of Public Health, Tehran (S. Shahmahmoodi, H. Tabatabaie, M. Yousefi, Y.M. Kandelousi, A. Oujaghlou); Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Tehran (S. Mahmoudi, S.M. Zahraei); Shaheed Beheshti Medical University, Tehran (Z. Chavoshzadeh); Isfahan University of Medical Sciences School of Medicine, Isfahan, Iran (R. Yazdani); Children’s Medical Center, Tehran (M. Ebrahimi, M.H. Eslamian)
Figure. Poliomyelitis cases in Iran, 1995–2014. WPV, wild-type polioviruses; VDPV, vaccine-derived polioviruses.
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