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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 7

Cross-reactivity of antisera raised against commercial and experimental inactivated H5 vaccines against avian influenza A(H5N1) virus isolates from Egypt, 2006–2014. Antisera from chickens immunized with the H5 vaccines were tested by using a hemagglutination inhibition (HI) assay against virus isolates from Egypt during 2006–2014 (x-axis). Egy, Egypt; Guang, Guangdong; rg, reverse genetics–engineered reassortant.

Figure 7. Cross-reactivity of antisera raised against commercial and experimental inactivated H5 vaccines against avian influenza A(H5N1) virus isolates from Egypt, 2006–2014. Antisera from chickens immunized with the H5 vaccines were tested by using a hemagglutination inhibition (HI) assay against virus isolates from Egypt during 2006–2014 (x-axis). Egy, Egypt; Guang, Guangdong; rg, reverse genetics–engineered reassortant.

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