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Free Content Human cytomegalovirus prevalence and distribution of glycoprotein B, O genotypes among hospitalized children with respiratory infections in West China, 2009–2014

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Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is an important pathogen causing morbidity and mortality in children. HCMV prevalence in children with respiratory infections has not been investigated in West China. Previous studies have suggested that glycoproteins genotypes may be associated with different clinical presentations, but the associations were controversial. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of HCMV infection in children with respiratory infections, the distributions of gB, gO genotypes among these isolates and their potential predictive roles for the development of symptoms in children.
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Keywords: Citomegalovirus humano; Epidemiología Molecular; Genotipos; Población Pediátrica; Presentación clínica; clinical presentations; cytomégalovirus humain; genotypes; génotypes; human cytomegalovirus; molecular epidemiology; paediatric population; population pédiatrique; présentations cliniques; épidémiologie moléculaire

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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