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Volume 23, Number 7—July 2017

Research Letter

Norovirus GII.17 as Major Epidemic Strain in Italy, Winter 2015–16

Giovanni Maurizio GiammancoComments to Author , Simona De Grazia, Floriana Bonura, Vincenzo Cappa, Sara Li Muli, Arcangelo Pepe, Maria Cristina Medici, Fabio Tummolo, Adriana Calderaro, Francesca Di Bernardo, Piera Dones, Anna Morea, Daniela Loconsole, Cristiana Catella, Valentina Terio, Krisztiàn Bànyai, Maria Chironna, and Vito Martella
Author affiliations: Università di Palermo, Palermo, Italy (G.M. Giammanco, S. De Grazia, F. Bonura, V. Cappa, S. Li Muli, A. Pepe); Università degli Studi di Parma, Parma, Italy (M.C. Medici, F. Tummolo, A. Calderaro); ARNAS Ospedale Civico e Di Cristina, Palermo (F. Di Bernardo, P. Dones); Università Aldo Moro di Bari, Bari, Italy (A. Morea, D. Loconsole, M. Chironna); Università Aldo Moro di Bari, Valenzano, Italy (C. Catella, V. Terio, V. Martella); Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary (K. Bànyai)

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Norovirus genotypes for fully typed strains detected during January–December 2015 (A) and during January–February 2016 (B) in Italy by the Italian Study Group for Enteric Viruses surveillance system

Figure. Norovirus genotypes for fully typed strains detected during January–December 2015 (A) and during January–February 2016 (B) in Italy by the Italian Study Group for Enteric Viruses surveillance system.

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