Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, March 14th, 2006
"Among 315 fecal specimens collected from children hospitalized with diarrhea in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in 2000-2001, group A rotavirus was detected in 107 (34.0%). Of these, 98 (91.6%) were G9, 6 (5.6%) were G3 and 3 (2.8%) were G2, respectively," scientists in Thailand report.
According to P. Khamrin and colleagues at Chiang Mai University, "Identification of their P-types demonstrated that 103 (96.3%) were P, 3 (2.8%) were P, and 1 (0.9%) was P genotypes. Determination of G- and P-type combination revealed that all of G9 isolates...
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