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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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.
Many studies have found that, despite the treatment applied, enteric viruses may persist in high levels in wastewaters (He and Jiang, 2005; Villar et al.
Although RV is known to be the most frequent pathogen associated to AGE, the contribution of other enteric viruses remain relatively unclear.
Fong TT, Lipp EK (2005) Enteric viruses of humans and animals in aquatic environments: health risks, detection, and potential water quality assessment tools.
More than 100 enteric viruses found in the human intestinal tract are potential pollutants and three disease categories are associated with water- and foodborne viral infections, namely:
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.
Enteric viruses have host range variants in different species and are not a significant source of food-borne illness in people.
Plants currently operating with Alternative 3 authorization are required to periodically test raw and treated biosolids for helminth and enteric viruses.
This low yield of viral detection may be explained by the fact that these two enteric viruses affect predominantly infants and children (1,8,10,11) and in our studied population, 81.
Anderson, chief of the Respiratory and Enteric Viruses Branch of the CDC in Atlanta.