Hepatitis E Virus Infection in a Northern Mexican City: A Cross-Sectional Seroprevalence Study

  • Cosme ALVARADO-ESQUIVEL Mail Faculty of Medicine and Nutrition, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Ada Agustina SANDOVAL-CARRILLO Institute for Scientific Research “Dr. Roberto Rivera Damm”, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • José Manuel SALAS-PACHECO Institute for Scientific Research “Dr. Roberto Rivera Damm”, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Elizabeth Irasema ANTUNA-SALCIDO Institute for Scientific Research “Dr. Roberto Rivera Damm”, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Karla Sujey CASTRO-MARTÍNEZ Faculty of Nursing, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Diana Stephanie ORTIZ-MONTAÑO Faculty of Nursing, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Isabel BERISTAIN-GARCIA Faculty of Nursing, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Agar RAMOS-NEVAREZ Clinic of Family Medicine, Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers, Durango, Mexico
  • Antonio SIFUENTES-ALVAREZ Faculty of Medicine and Nutrition, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Elizabeth RÁBAGO-SÁNCHEZ Faculty of Medicine and Nutrition, Juárez University of Durango State, Durango, Mexico
  • Sandra Margarita CERRILLO-SOTO Clinic of Family Medicine, Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers, Durango, Mexico
  • Edith CONTRERAS-CISNEROS Clinic of Family Medicine, Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers, Durango, Mexico

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2020-12-28
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ALVARADO-ESQUIVEL C, SANDOVAL-CARRILLO A, SALAS-PACHECO J, ANTUNA-SALCIDO E, CASTRO-MARTÍNEZ K, ORTIZ-MONTAÑO D, BERISTAIN-GARCIA I, RAMOS-NEVAREZ A, SIFUENTES-ALVAREZ A, RÁBAGO-SÁNCHEZ E, CERRILLO-SOTO S, CONTRERAS-CISNEROS E. Hepatitis E Virus Infection in a Northern Mexican City: A Cross-Sectional Seroprevalence Study. Iran J Public Health. 50(1):201-202.
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