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Serological studies on an epidemic prevalence of swine type influenza virus among swine and human beings



Serological studies on an epidemic prevalence of swine type influenza virus among swine and human beings



Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science 43(4): 531-538



Examination of swine serum samples, collected from various parts of Japan in 1975-1979, for HI antibody to the A/NJ/8/76 strain indicated great regional variations in the prevalence of this strain; a seasonal variation was also found. Positive titres were also found in a very high proportion of people born before 1930, whether or not they had been in contact with pigs. Of 54 abattoir workers born after date, 5 (9%) had positive titres.

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