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The Timeline of Influenza Virus Shedding in Children and Adults in a Household Transmission Study of Influenza in Managua, Nicaragua

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In a household transmission study in Nicaragua, children under 6 years old had a longer duration of presymptomatic influenza virus shedding than adults. The duration of postsymptomatic influenza virus shedding was longest in children 0–5 years old, followed by children 6–15 years of age and adults.
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Keywords: adults; children; influenza virus shedding; postsymptomatic; presymptomatic

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2016

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