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|標題:||Virulence of Japanese Encephalitis Virus Genotypes I and III, Taiwan||作者:||Fan, Yi-Chin
|關鍵字:||Asia;GI JEV;GIII JEV;Japanese encephalitis virus;Taiwan;Western Pacific;asymptomatic ratio;flavivirus;genotype;meningitis/encephalitis;mosquitoborne;vector-borne infections;virulence;viruses;Adult;Encephalitis Virus, Japanese;Encephalitis, Japanese;Female;Genotype;Humans;Male;Middle Aged;Taiwan;Virulence||出版社:||EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES||Project:||Emerging infectious diseases, Volume 23, Issue 11, Page(s) 1883-1886.||摘要:||
The virulence of genotype I (GI) Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) is under debate. We investigated differences in the virulence of GI and GIII JEV by calculating asymptomatic ratios based on serologic studies during GI- and GIII-JEV endemic periods. The results suggested equal virulence of GI and GIII JEV among humans.
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