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Transient residence of a seropositive organ is sufficient to transfer human cytomegalovirus to a seronegative recipient
Lumgair HA, et al. Transpl Infect Dis 2014. PMID 24666421
Of 98 patients identified, 6 met these criteria and 4 developed viremia; in 2 cases, after the seropositive organ was in situ for 28 and 109 h. We can therefore conclude that 28 h is sufficient to allow HCMV to transmit, but the minimum time has not yet been defined....
Of 98 patients identified, 6 met these criteria and 4 developed viremia; in 2 cases, after the seropositive organ was in situ for 28 and 109 …
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