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Global distribution of novel rhinovirus genotype

Thomas Briese; Neil Renwick; Marietjie Venter; Richard G. Jarman; Dhrubaa Ghosh; Sophie Köndgen; Sanjaya K. Shrestha; A. Mette Hoegh; Inmaculada Casas; Edgard Valerie Adjogoua; Chantal Akoua-Koffi; Khin Saw Myint; David T. Williams; Glenys Chidlow; Ria Van den Berg; Cristina Calvo; Orienka Koch; Gustavo F. Palacios; Vishal Kapoor; Joseph Villari; Samuel R. Dominguez; Kathryn V. Holmes; Gerry Harnett; David Smith; John S. Mackenzie; Heinz Ellerbrok; Brunhilde Schweiger; Kristian Schønning; Mandeep S. Chadha; Fabian H. Leendertz; A. C. Mishra; Robert V. Gibbons; Edward C. Holmes; W. Ian Lipkin

Title:
Global distribution of novel rhinovirus genotype
Author(s):
Briese, Thomas
Renwick, Neil
Venter, Marietjie
Jarman, Richard G.
Ghosh, Dhrubaa
Köndgen, Sophie
Shrestha, Sanjaya K.
Hoegh, A. Mette
Casas, Inmaculada
Adjogoua, Edgard Valerie
Akoua-Koffi, Chantal
Myint, Khin Saw
Williams, David T.
Chidlow, Glenys
Van den Berg, Ria
Calvo, Cristina
Koch, Orienka
Palacios, Gustavo F.
Kapoor, Vishal
Villari, Joseph
Dominguez, Samuel R.
Holmes, Kathryn V.
Harnett, Gerry
Smith, David
Mackenzie, John S.
Ellerbrok, Heinz
Schweiger, Brunhilde
Schønning, Kristian
Chadha, Mandeep S.
Leendertz, Fabian H.
Mishra, A. C.
Gibbons, Robert V.
Holmes, Edward C.
Lipkin, W. Ian
Date:
Type:
Articles
Department:
Center for Infection and Immunity
Volume:
14
Permanent URL:
Book/Journal Title:
Emerging infectious diseases
Abstract:
Global surveillance for a novel rhinovirus genotype indicated its association with community outbreaks and pediatric respiratory disease in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. Molecular dating indicates that these viruses have been circulating for at least 250 years.
Subject(s):
Epidemiology
Virology
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