3 years ago

Yellow Fever Virus in Urine and Semen of Convalescent Patient, Brazil.

Edison L Durigon, Carla M Barbosa, Paolo M A Zanotto, Marielton P Cunha, Nicholas Di Paola, Mônica J Rodrigues-Jesus, Viviane F Botosso, Marcos V Silva, Danielle B L Oliveira, Vanessa B Silveira, Fabyano B Leal, Flávio S Mesquita, Danielle B Araujo
Yellow fever virus RNA is usually detected in blood of infected humans. We detected virus RNA in urine and semen samples from a convalescent patient. A complete virus genome was sequenced for an isolate from a urine sample. This virus had a South American I genotype and unique synapomorphic changes.

Publisher URL: http://doi.org/10.3201/eid2401.171310

DOI: 10.3201/eid2401.171310

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