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Table 2 Laboratory diagnosis of viral infection

From: Behavioral–biological surveillance of emerging infectious diseases among a dynamic cohort in Thailand

Laboratory diagnosis of viral infections No. of participants (n = 61)
Coronaviruses 2 (3.3%)
 Beta-coronavirus 1 (OC43) 1 (2%)
 Human coronavirus HKU1 1 (2%)
Influenza viruses 47 (77%)
 Influenza A 3 (5%)
 Influenza A, subtype H1N1 21 (34%)
 Influenza A, subtype H3N2 11 (18%)
 Influenza A, partial subtype H1 1 (2%)a
 Influenza A, partial subtype N1 1 (2%)
 Influenza B 10 (16%)
Paramyxoviruses 9 (14.8%)
 Measles virus 1 (2%)
 Human parainfluenza virus 1 8 (13%)a
Flaviviruses 2 (3.3%)
 Zika virus 1 (2%)
 Dengue virus serotype 2 1 (2%)
Enteroviruses 2 (3.3%)
 Human enterovirus B 2 (3%)
  1. aCo-infection of Human parainfluenza virus and Influenza A, partial H1 in one specimen