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Volume 27, Number 10—October 2021

Seoul Virus Associated with Pet Rats, Scotland, UK, 2019

James G. Shepherd, Andrew E. Blunsum, Stephen Carmichael, Katherine Smollett, Hector Maxwell-Scott, Eoghan C.W. Farmer, Jane Osborne, Alasdair MacLean, Shirin Ashraf, Rajiv Shah, Rory Gunson, Ana da Silva Filipe, Emma J. Aarons, and Emma C. ThomsonComments to Author 
Author affiliations: MRC–University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research, Glasgow, Scotland, UK (J.G. Shepherd, S. Carmichael, K. Smollett, S. Ashraf, R. Shah, A. da Silva Filipe, E.C. Thomson); National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow (A.E. Blunsum, E.C.W. Farmer); Public Health England, London, UK (H. Maxwell-Scott, J. Osborne, E.J. Aarons); West of Scotland Specialist Virology Centre, Glasgow (A. MacLean, R. Gunson); London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London (E.C. Thomson)

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Table 2

IgG against hantaviruses in patient with Seoul virus infection, Scotland, United Kingdom, 2019

Virus IgG titer
Day 0 (admission) Day 29 (convalescent)
Dobrava virus Negative >1:10,000
Hantaan virus >1:10,000 >1:10,000
Puumala virus Negative >1:10,000
Saaremaa virus 1:1,000 >1:10,000
Seoul virus 1:3,200 >1:10,000
Sin Nombre virus Negative Negative

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