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High carriage rate of TT virus in the cervices of pregnant women.

Prevalence studies of the recently identified TT virus (TTV) have suggested that parenteral transmission is a common route of infection, but other routes also appear likely. In this study, a high rate of cervical carriage (66%) of TTV DNA was found by polymerase chain reaction, which suggests that perinatal and sexual transmission is possible.[1]

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  1. High carriage rate of TT virus in the cervices of pregnant women. Chan, P.K., Tam, W.H., Yeo, W., Cheung, J.L., Zhong, S., Cheng, A.F. Clin. Infect. Dis. (2001) [Pubmed]
 
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