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Volume 26, Number 2—February 2020

Human Norovirus Infection in Dogs, Thailand

Kamonpan Charoenkul, Chanakarn Nasamran, Taveesak Janetanakit, Ratanaporn Tangwangvivat, Napawan Bunpapong, Supanat Boonyapisitsopa, Kamol Suwannakarn, Apiradee Theamboonler, Watchaporn Chuchaona, Yong Poovorawan, and Alongkorn AmonsinComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (K. Charoenkul, C. Nasamran, T. Janetanakit, R. Tangwangvivat, N. Bunpapong, S. Boonyapisitsopa, A. Theamboonler, W. Chuchaona, Y. Poovorawan, A. Amonsin); Mahidol University, Bangkok (K. Suwannakarn)

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Characteristics of noroviruses from humans and dogs, Thailand, July 2018*

Virus Host Sample Age GenBank accession no.
GII/Hu/THA/2018/GII.Pe-GII.4/CU21953 Human Feces 2 y MK928496
GII/Hu/THA/2018/GII.Pe-GII.4/CU21954 Human Feces 8 mo MK928497
GII/Ca/THA/2018/GII.Pe-GII.4/CU21939 Dog Rectal swab 2 y MK928498
GII/Ca/THA/2018/GII.Pe-GII.4/CU21952 Dog Rectal swab 3 y MK928499

*Whole-genome sequences were tested for all isolates.

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