Molecular Epidemiology of Human Rhinovirus in Children with Acute Respiratory Diseases in Chongqing, China

@article{Lu2014MolecularEO,
  title={Molecular Epidemiology of Human Rhinovirus in Children with Acute Respiratory Diseases in Chongqing, China},
  author={Qing-Bin Lu and Ying Wo and Liyuan Wang and Hong-Yu Wang and Dou-Dou Huang and Xiao-Ai Zhang and W. Liu and Wu-Chun Cao},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={4}
}
Human rhinovirus-C (HRV-C) has been increasingly detected in patients with acute respiratory diseases (ARDs). Prolonged surveillance was performed on children with ARD to investigate the molecular epidemiology and clinical characteristics of HRV in Chongqing, China. Nasopharyngeal aspirates (NPA) were collected from hospitalized children with ARD during 2009–2012. HRV-C was genotyped by sequencing the VP4/VP2 coding region. Among the 1,567 NPAs obtained, 223 (14.2%) were HRV positive, and 75.3… Expand
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