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Use of Human Intestinal Enteroids to Evaluate Persistence of Infectious Human Norovirus in Seawater.

Marion Desdouits, David Polo, Cecile Le Mennec, Sofia Strubbia, Xi-Lei Zeng, Khalil Ettayebi, Robert L Atmar, Mary K Estes, Fran├žoise S Le Guyader,

Little data on the persistence of human norovirus infectivity are available to predict its transmissibility. Using human intestinal enteroids, we demonstrate that 2 human norovirus strains can remain infectious for several weeks in seawater. Such experiments can improve understanding of factors associated with norovirus survival in coastal waters and shellfish. ... Read more >>

Emerg Infect Dis (Emerging infectious diseases)
[2022, 28(7):1475-1479]

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An increase in prevalence of recombinant GII.3[P12] norovirus in sporadic acute diarrhea in children in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 2018-2021.

N V Epifanova, T A Sashina, O V Morozova, S V Oparina, N A Novikova,

Noroviruses are important etiological agents causing acute intestinal infection in humans. In the last decades, the most common norovirus genotype was GII.4 despite a significant genetic diversity among strains, while the active circulation of noroviruses with other genotypes was observed periodically. This study shows an increase in the detection rate ... Read more >>

Virus Genes (Virus genes)
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