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SV40 seroprevalence in two Latin American countries involved in field trials of candidate oral poliovaccines.

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Summary of "SV40 seroprevalence in two Latin American countries involved in field trials of candidate oral poliovaccines."

This study sought to determine SV40 seroprevalence in residents of two Latin American countries, Colombia and Nicaragua, which were sites of prelicensure oral poliovaccine (OPV) trials.

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Name: The Journal of infection
ISSN: 1532-2742
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