M A al-Bwardy

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In a 2-year study of stools from Saudi children with gastro-enteritis and from controls, rotavirus was the pathogen most frequently detected, either alone (44.3%) or in combination with other enteropathogens (7%). There were two peaks for rotavirus isolates, one during the cold months and the other during the dry, hot season. Salmonella spp. and(More)
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