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Intervirology (2016) 59 (2): 69–73.
Published Online: 01 October 2016
... Enterovirus ELISA VP4 Serum The genus Enterovirus of the Picornaviridae family encompasses a wide range of human and animal viruses divided into 12 species [ 1 ]. The porcine enteroviruses were segregated into 13 serotypes on the basis of a virus neutralization assay [ 2,3 ]. These serotypes...
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Intervirology (2013) 56 (4): 237–241.
Published Online: 15 June 2013
.... 20 Ang LW, Phoon MC, Wu Y, Cutter J, James L, Chow VT: The changing seroepidemiology of enterovirus 71 infection among children and adolescents in Singapore. BMC Infect Dis 2011;11:270. 21 Kapusinszky B, Szomor KN, Farkas A, Takács M, Berencsi G: Detection of non-polio enteroviruses in Hungary 2000...
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Intervirology (2010) 53 (6): 394–401.
Published Online: 02 July 2010
...Shu-Chen Huang; Giri Raghavaraju; Hsiao-Sheng Liu Background: Enterovirus (EV) 71 is an important pathogen causing death in children under 5 years of age worldwide. However, the core pathogenesis remains elusive. We reveal that the protein expression level of vascular endothelial growth factor...
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Intervirology (1987) 28 (3): 163–170.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
... of the VP1 peptide shared by enteroviruses. When tested against a wide range of the prototype strains of Coxsackie viruses A and B, polioviruses, and echoviruses, the monoclonal antibodies reacted with all of them in two or more assay systems. The virus of hepatitis A was the only enterovirus tested which...
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Intervirology (1987) 28 (4): 199–205.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
... recognized as important human pathogens. A cardinal feature of enterovirus infection is that any 200 Yousef/Mann/Brown/Mowbray serotype can produce a variety of clinical diseases. Examples of the acute diseases in which the etiological role of enteroviruses is well documented, are poliomyelitis, Born­ holm...
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Intervirology (1975) 5 (3-4): 220–224.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
...Boris F. Semenov; Victor V. Vargin; Wolfgang Zschiesche; Anneliese Veckenstedt The effects of cyclophosphamide and 1,3-(piperidinomethyl)-5-phenyl-5-ethylbarbituric acid on certain flavi- and enterovirus infections in mice were studied. Differential enhancement of mortality rates after extraneural...
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Intervirology (1988) 29 (6): 320–327.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
.... Coxsackievirus Interferon Conjunctivitis Enterovirus Intervirology 1988:29:320-327 1988 S. Karger AG, Basel 0300-5526/88/0296-0320S2.75/0 Inhibition of Epidemic Isolates of Coxsackievirus Type A 24 by Recombinant and Natural Interferon Alpha and Interferon Beta Marlyn P. Langford Ramon M. Kadi'. James P...
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Intervirology (1989) 30 (4): 202–212.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
... against cells infected with Coxsackie virus A9 and poliovirus type 3. The response, in fact, appeared to be enterovirus group speci­ fic in that activity was not seen against any other virus group. Antigenic interrelation­ ships have been shown to exist among human enteroviruses. Human sera...
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Intervirology (1973) 1 (2): 127–134.
Published Online: 25 July 2008
..., patients with an enterovirus not isolated from CSF but isolated from a throat or rectal swab specimen; and group 111. patients with no virus isolated but in whom a presumptive diagnosis was made on the basis of IF. Group I (table 1): there were 17 patients in whom enteroviruses were isolated from the CSF...
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Intervirology (1983) 20 (1): 1–7.
Published Online: 24 July 2008
... to be classi­ fied as an enterovirus, either replication in the gut must be demonstrated or the definition of enteroviruses must be made less stringent to accommodate HAV. The recommendations of the Study Group are as follows: (i) The name hepatitis A virus should be maintained, (ii) Hepatitis A virus should...
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Intervirology (1984) 22 (4): 218–226.
Published Online: 24 July 2008
..., Friedbuhlstrasse 51, CH-3010 Bern (Switzerland) Received: March 8,1984 pH 3 [Cooper et al., 1978; Putnak and Phillips, 1981]. Moreover, enteroviruses are known for their resistance to heating to temperatures as high as 50°. This stability can be enhanced by addition of MgCfi in molar concentrations...
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Intervirology (1979) 12 (6): 329–334.
Published Online: 23 July 2008
... virus suspensions of low titer. The method was particularly successful for routine typing of enterovirus 71 and cox­ sackievirus types A7 and A16. Neutralization with type-specific antisera is the method of choice for routine typing of enteroviruses isolated in tissue culture. Most viruses are readily...
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Intervirology (2007) 50 (2): 108–114.
Published Online: 22 December 2006
... Network (project Enteroviruses , grant FSP-4). Molecular Characterization of Echovirus 11 Intervirology 2007;50:108 114 113 References 1 Melnick JL: Enterovirus: poliovirus, coxsackievirus, echoviruses and newer enterovirus; in Fields BN, Knipe DM, Howley PM et al (eds): Fields Virology, ed 3...
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