The First Norovirus Longitudinal Seroepidemiological Study from Sub-Saharan Africa Reveals High Seroprevalence of Diverse Genotypes Associated with Host Susceptibility Factors.

Thorne, L; Nalwoga, A; Mentzer, AJ; de Rougemont, A; Hosmillo, M; Webb, E; Nampiija, M; Muhwezi, A; Carstensen, T; Gurdasani, D; +4 more... Hill, AV; Sandhu, MS; Elliott, A; Goodfellow, I; (2018) The First Norovirus Longitudinal Seroepidemiological Study from Sub-Saharan Africa Reveals High Seroprevalence of Diverse Genotypes Associated with Host Susceptibility Factors. The Journal of infectious diseases. ISSN 0022-1899 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/infdis/jiy219

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