Inactivation of the Tulane virus, a novel surrogate for the human norovirus.

@article{Tian2013InactivationOT,
  title={Inactivation of the Tulane virus, a novel surrogate for the human norovirus.},
  author={Peng Tian and David Yang and Christina Quigley and Marissa Chou and Xi Jiang},
  journal={Journal of food protection},
  year={2013},
  volume={76 4},
  pages={
          712-8
        }
}
Human noroviruses (HuNoVs) are the major cause of nonbacterial gastroenteritis epidemics. The culturable feline calicivirus and murine norovirus have been used extensively as surrogates to study HuNoV biology, as HuNoV does not grow in vitro. Additional efforts to identify new surrogates are needed, because neither of these common surrogates are truly intestinal pathogens. The newly described Tulane virus (TV) is a typical calicivirus, it is isolated from macaque stools, is cultivable in vitro… CONTINUE READING

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