Volume 25, Number 6—June 2019
Sequential Emergence and Wide Spread of Neutralization Escape Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Mutants, South Korea, 2015
|Severity group||No. (%)
||Age, y, mean + SD||No. associated spike genotypes
|I||3 (50.0)||3 (50.0)||54 + 13||1||2||1||1||1|
|II||9 (47.4)||10 (52.6)||46 + 11||0||10||2||6||1|
|III||8 (75.0)||4 (25.0)||48 + 12||3||4||0||4||1|
|IV||7 (63.6)||4 (36.4)||68 + 13||1||6||0||3||1|
MERS, Middle East respiratory syndrome; WT, wild-type.
1These first authors contributed equally to this article.
2These authors were co-principal investigators.
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