enteric adenovirus

enteric adenovirus

Virology A serotype–eg, type 40, 41–of adenovirus which produces gastroenteritis Clinical Diarrhea; keratoconjunctivitis and nasopharyngitis–typical of infection with other adenoviruses–do not occur Management Symptomatic with rehydration. See Gastroenteritis.
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Enteric adenovirus type 40/41 was detected using Premier Adenoclone 40/41 kit (Meridian Bioscience, Europe), rotavirus using Rotavirus EIA kit (R-Biopharm, Germany) and norovirus using RIDASCREEN Norovirus 3rd Generation EIA kit (R-Biopharm, Germany) according to manufacturers, instructions.
Materials and Methods: Stool specimens of patients who attended our clinic with a diagnosis of acute gastroenteritis between January 2013 and December 2013 were examined for the presence of enteric adenovirus (Ad40 and Ad41) antigen using immunochromatographic methods.
Analysis for rotavirus, calicivirus, enteric adenovirus, and astrovirus was conducted (data not shown), and only samples negative for these viruses were selected.
In their work, Aminu and Colleagues recorded a higher prevalence of enteric adenovirus infection in males than in females children-patients [22].
Currently, an increase in the frequency of other enteric viruses, such as the norovirus, enteric adenovirus, and astrovirus has been reported and, more recently, bocavirus and human parechovirus were associated with gastrointestinal infections in pediatric and adult patients.
Most important food- and waterborne viruses and the associated clinical syndrome (6) Likelihood of water- and foodborne transmission Gastroenteritis Hepatitis Other Common Norovirus Hepatitis A virus Uncommon Enteric adenovirus Hepatitis Enterovirus Rotavirus E virus Sapovirus Astrovirus Coronavirus Aichivirus
The Diarrhea ACE Detection Test has a fast-acting multiplex PCR diagnostic technique to verify, simultaneously, a complex range of pathogens that cause diarrhea, including 10 bacteria {Salmonella spp., Shigella spp., Campylobacter spp., Vibrio spp., Clostridium difficile Toxin B, Clostridium perfringens, Yersinia enterocolitica, Aeromonas spp., Escherichia coli O157:H7, Verocytotoxin-producing E coli), and four viruses (rotavirus, norovirus, enteric adenovirus, and astrovirus) that cause diarrhea.
None of the stool samples screened positive for norovirus or rotavirus, but two samples with coronavirus were also positive for enteric adenovirus, Dr.
Enteric adenovirus and astrovirus are important causes of gastroenteritis in children but have limited pathogenicity for adults.
Enteric adenovirus infection and childhood diarrhea: an epidemiologic study in three clinical settings.
We also detected two strains of HAdV-31, which is another enteric adenovirus that was found in association with diarrhea in an earlier study [38].
Rotavirus genotype G4P[8] and enteric adenovirus in HIV-positive patients with and without diarrhea in Sao Paulo state, Brazil.