Zika Virus IgM Detection and Neutralizing Antibody Profiles 12–19 Months after Illness Onset
, Stacey W. Martin, Marc Fischer, Trudy V. Chambers, Olga Kosoy, Alyssa Falise, Olga Ponomareva, Leah D. Gillis, Carina Blackmore, and Reynald Jean
Author affiliations: Florida Department of Health in Miami–Dade County, Miami, Florida, USA (I. Griffin, A. Falise, O. Ponomareva, R. Jean); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (S.W. Martin, M. Fischer, T.V. Chambers, O. Kosoy); Bureau of Public Health Laboratories, Miami (L.D. Gillis); Florida Department of Health, Tallahassee, Florida, USA (C. Blackmore)
Figure. Zika virus IgM results for 62 participants in Miami–Dade County, Florida, USA, with PCR-confirmed Zika virus disease by follow-up specimen collection month.
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