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Volume 22, Number 3—March 2016

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Avian Influenza A(H5N1) Virus in Egypt

Ghazi KayaliComments to Author , Ahmed Kandeil, Rabeh El-Shesheny, Ahmed S. Kayed, Asmaa M. Maatouq, Zhipeng Cai, Pamela McKenzie, Richard J. Webby, Samir El Refaey, Amr Kandeel, and Mohamed A. Ali
Author affiliations: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, USA (G. Kayali, P.P. McKenzie, R.J. Webby); National Research Centre, Giza, Egypt (A. Kandeil, R. El-Shesheny, A.S. Kayed, A.M. Maatouq, M.A. Ali); Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (Z. Cai); Ministry of Health and Population, Cairo, Egypt (S. El Refaey, A. Kandeel)

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Figure 5

Antigenic cartography of reactivity of highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N1) virus isolates from Egypt, 2006–2014. The map was produced by using hemagglutination inhibition assay data generated with a panel of monoclonal antibodies and by using AntigenMap (http://sysbio.cvm.msstate.edu/AntigenMap). One unit (grid) represents a 2-fold change in the assay results. Each mark on the map represents results for 1 isolate.

Figure 5. Antigenic cartography of reactivity of highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N1) virus isolates from Egypt, 2006–2014. The map was produced by using hemagglutination inhibition assay data generated with a panel of monoclonal antibodies and by using AntigenMap (http://sysbio.cvm.msstate.edu/AntigenMap). One unit (grid) represents a 2-fold change in the assay results. Each mark on the map represents results for 1 isolate.

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