enteric viruses


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en·ter·ic vi·rus·es

viruses of the genus Enterovirus.

en·ter·ic vi·rus·es

(en-ter'ik vī'rŭs-ĕz)
Viruses of the genus Enterovirus.
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Routine groundwater monitoring and virus surveillance programs that detect enteric viruses in human stools would be needed in areas at high risk for groundwater contamination.
Molecular epidemiology of enteric viruses and genotyping of rotavirus A, adenovirus and astrovirus among children under 5 years old in Gabon.
Bacteriophages as indicators of enteric viruses and public health risk in groundwaters.
Mixed infection of SV with bacteria and/or other enteric viruses was identified in 19.5% (8/41) of the studies, a SV single strain was identified in 36.6% (15/41) of the studies, and mixed strains of SV were identified in 43.9% (18/41) of the studies.
From January 2015 through February 2016, the Italian Study Group for Enteric Viruses analyzed 2,603 fecal samples of children (0-14 years of age) with diarrhea.
Enteric viruses in raw vegetables and groundwater used for irrigation in South Korea.
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.
However, it has been demonstrated that even under normal WWTP operation, human enteric viruses are not eliminated as effectively as bacterial pathogens and indicators during wastewater treatment (Baggi et al.
Despite the major advances made in preventive health care and food technology, water and foodborne transmission of human enteric viruses is a well-recognised widespread public health problem.
Enteric viruses are routinely detected in raw sewage, surface waters, and groundwater, and have the greatest infectivity among waterborne pathogens and outbreaks of illness due to contaminated water.