Persistence of Antibodies against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus
Daniel C. Payne
, Ibrahim Iblan, Brian Rha, Sultan Alqasrawi, Aktham Haddadin, Mohannad Al Nsour, Tarek Alsanouri, Sami Sheikh Ali, Jennifer Harcourt, Congrong Miao, Azaibi Tamin, Susan I. Gerber, Lia M. Haynes, and Mohammad Mousa Al Abdallat
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (D.C. Payne, B. Rha, J. Harcourt, C. Miao, A. Tamin, S.I. Gerber, L.M. Haynes); Jordan Field Epidemiology Training Program, Amman, Jordan (I. Iblan); Jordan Ministry of Health, Amman (S. Alqasraw, A. Haddadin, T. Alsanouri, S. Sheikh Ali, M.M. Al Abdallat); Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network, Amman (M. Al Nsour, T. Alsanouri)
Figure. Neutralizing antibody titers against Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (Hu/Jordan-N3/2012 strain) among 7 surviving case-patients at 13 and 34 months after the 2012 outbreak in Jordan. Patient numbers match those in the Table.
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