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Publication . Article . 2014

A Case of Long-term Excretion and Subclinical Infection With Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus in a Healthcare Worker

Manal Al-Gethamy; Victor M. Corman; Raheela Hussain; Jaffar A. Al-Tawfiq; Christian Drosten; Ziad A. Memish;
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Published: 16 Dec 2014 Journal: Clinical Infectious Diseases, volume 60, pages 973-974 (issn: 1058-4838, eissn: 1537-6591, Copyright policy )
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)
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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Healthcare worker Subclinical infection Pediatrics medicine.medical_specialty medicine Excretion Immunology Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus medicine.disease_cause business.industry business

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Infectious Diseases, Microbiology (medical), Correspondence

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