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Temporal Evolutionary Dynamics of Norovirus GII.4 Variants in China between 2004 and 2015
Background Noroviruses are one of the major causes of acute human nonbacterial gastroenteritis, and genotype II.4 (GII.4) has accounted for the majority of adult outbreaks. In addition, novel… Expand
Genomic diversity and phylogeography of norovirus in China
BackgroundLittle is known about the phylogeography of norovirus (NoV) in China. In norovirus, a clear understanding for the characteristics of tree topology, migration patterns and its demographic… Expand
Manipulation of ubiquitin/SUMO pathways in human herpesviruses infection
Post‐translational modification of proteins with ubiquitin/small ubiquitin‐like modifier (SUMO) molecules triggers multiple signaling pathways that are critical for many aspects of cellular… Expand
Variation analysis of norovirus among children with diarrhea in rural Hebei Province, north of China.
- Niu Qiao, S. Wang, +9 authors Xuan-Yi Wang
- Medicine, Biology
- Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of…
- 1 September 2017
To understand the distribution of genotyping, as well as evolution of norovirus circulating among children<5yrs., a population-based diarrhea surveillance targeted children<5yrs. was conducted in… Expand
Additional file 4: of Genomic diversity and phylogeography of norovirus in China
Distribution of NoV in China. (A) Pie chart of the recombinant (Re) and non-recombination (Non-Re) strains distribution ratio of NoV in China during 1976–2015 (n = 3134). (B) Temporal distribution of… Expand
Additional file 5: of Genomic diversity and phylogeography of norovirus in China
Geographical distribution of NoV in China between 1976 and 2015 (nÂ =Â 3134). (KML 14978 kb)
Relationship between neurobehavioral toxicity of benzo(a)pyrene and CYP1A1 gene polymorphism.
Additional file 3: of Genomic diversity and phylogeography of norovirus in China
KML file for NoV migration among locations of China over time as inferred from GII. Can be opened with Google Earth for visualization or any text editor or editing. (XLS 696 kb)