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Volume 23, Number 2—February 2017

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Norovirus GII.17 Natural Infections in Rhesus Monkeys, China

Zhanlong He1, Bo Liu1, Yufen Tao, Chao Li, Ming Xia, Weiming Zhong, Xi Jiang, Hongqi LiuComments to Author , and Ming TanComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Institute of Medical Biology at the Chinese Academy of Medical Science, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China (Z. He, B. Liu, Y. Tao, C. Li, H. Liu); Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (M. Xia, W. Zhong, X. Jiang, M. Tan)

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Figure 2

Challenge testing of 2 norovirus-negative macaques with GII.17 norovirus. A, B) Challenged macaques shed norovirus-specific RNA (genome copies) for at least 16 days; shedding peaked on postinoculation day 3. C, D) Serum norovirus antibody titers before (postinoculation day 1) and after (postinoculation day 7–35) challenge.

Figure 2. Challenge testing of 2 norovirus-negative macaques with GII.17 norovirus. A, B) Challenged macaques shed norovirus-specific RNA (genome copies) for at least 16 days; shedding peaked on postinoculation day 3. C, D) Serum norovirus antibody titers before (postinoculation day 1) and after (postinoculation day 7–35) challenge.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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