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Prevalence of hepatitis E virus-specific antibodies in humans with occupational exposure to pigs

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Krumbholz, Andi ; Mohn, Ulrich ; Lange, Jeannette ; Motz, Manfred ; Wenzel, Jürgen J. ; Jilg, Wolfgang ; Walther, Mario ; Straube, Eberhard ; Wutzler, Peter ; Zell, Roland
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Due to the increasing number of non-travel-associated hepatitis E virus (HEV) infections observed in several industrialised countries including Germany, there is a substantial interest in the characterisation of risk factors and transmission routes relevant to autochthonous HEV infections. Autochthonous cases are believed to be the result of a zoonotic HEV transmission from pigs, wild boars and ...


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