Prevalence of Yersinia enterocolitica Bioserotype 3/O:3 among Children with Diarrhea, China, 2010–2015
, Junrong Liang1
, Jing Zhang1
, Yuhuang Chen1
, Xin Wang
, Jing Tong, Bangcheng Guo, Wanfu Hu, Mingliu Wang, Jiayong Zhao, Chang Liu, and Huijing Hao
Author affiliations: State Key Laboratory of Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, National Institute for Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China (R. Duan, J. Liang, J. Zhang, Y. Chen, C. Liu, H. Hao, X. Wang, H. Jing); Dongcheng Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing (J. Wang); Xuzhou Municipal Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Xuzhou, China (J. Tong); Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Yinchuan, China (B. Guo); Anhui Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Hefei, China (W. Hu); Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Nanning, China (M. Wang); Henan Provincial Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Zhengzhou, China (J. Zhao)
Figure 1. Prevalence of pathogenic Yersinia enterocolitica infection among children <5 years of age with diarrhea, by region, China, 2010–2015. Inset shows the islands of China in the South China Sea. AH, Anhui; BJ, Beijing; GX, Guangxi; HA, Henan; JS, Jiangsu; NX, Ningxia; SC, Sichuan; SD, Shandong; TJ, Tianjin; YN, Yunnan.
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