Coxsackie B virus


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Coxsackie B virus

A mild virus belonging to a group of viruses (coxsackievirus) that may produce a variety of illnesses, including myocarditis.
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antibody in the diagnosis of enteroviruses, and the significance of coinfection with multiple serotypes of Coxsackie B virus.
Bell, [12] found that 1/3rd cases of pericarditis and % cases of myocarditis were associated with Coxsackie B virus infection.
Adult heart disease due to Coxsackie B virus. Medicine (Baltimore) 1968;47(2):133-47.
Streptococcus M protein and coxsackie B virus have epitopes that are immunologically similar to cardiac myosin and so, during and after the viral infection, the immune system may attack cardiac myosin.
The patients' IgM and IgG turned out positive for Coxsackie B virus by ELISA.
Hober-Vandenberghe et al., "Detection of coxsackie B virus RNA sequences in whole blood samples from adult patients at the onset of type I diabetes mellitus," Journal of Medical Virology, vol.
Belinda Linden, a cardiac nurse adviser at the British Heart Foundation, said some people with the Coxsackie B virus suffered flu-like symptoms and then recovered, while others suffered long-term damage to the heart.
An ELISA (Virion/Serion, Wurzburg, Germany) detected IgG antibodies for rubella virus, cytomegalovirus, varicella zoster virus, parainfluenza virus, adenovirus, and coxsackie B virus; however, these results were not indicative of active infection.
Most EVs have been implicated in aseptic meningitis, most notably echovirus (E) 30, 9, 6, and 11 and coxsackie B virus (CBV) type 5 (2); other serotypes are less frequently associated with neurologic disease.