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Volume 20, Number 7—July 2014

Rotavirus Epidemiology in Bangui, Central African Republic, 20081

Ionela Gouandijka-Vasilache, Alexandre Manirakiza, Jean Chrysostom Gody, Virginie Banga-Mingo, Odilon Omon Kongombe, Mathew D. Esona, Michael D. Bowen, and Diane Waku-Kouomou
Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur, Bangui, Central African Republic (I. Gouandjika-Vasilache, A. Manirakiza, V. Banga-Mingo); Complexe Pédiatrique, Bangui (J. Chrysostom Gody); Village SOS Enfants, Bouar, Central African Republic (O. Omon Kongombe); US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (M.D. Esona, M.D. Bowen, D. Waku-Kouomou)

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Genotyping results for 32 human rotavirus group A–positive samples, Bangui, Central African Republic, 2008

G genotype P genotype
G1 0 8 14
G2 3 0 0
G9 0 0 2
Not typeable 3 0 2

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1This work was presented as a poster at the 7th African Rotavirus Symposium, Pre-conference Symposium, at the International African Vaccinology Conference, Lagoon Beach Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa; November 8–11, 2012.

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