Subject: Influenza | Research Article | Biology | Immune Physiology | Veterinary Science | Veterinary Diseases | Infectious diseases | Zoonoses | Medicine | Immunoglobulins | Anatomy and Physiology | Viral Diseases | Avian influenza A viruses | Q | R | Zoonotic Diseases | Clinical Immunology | Animal Influenza | Science | Antibodies | Immunology | Public Health
BACKGROUND: The frequency of avian influenza A virus infections among poultry workers is not well understood. METHODS: A seroprevalence study of market poultry workers and persons without occupational poultry exposure was conducted during 2001 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Sera we... View more
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