Novel human erythrovirus associated with transient aplastic anemia.

@article{Nguyen1999NovelHE,
  title={Novel human erythrovirus associated with transient aplastic anemia.},
  author={Quynh T Nguyen and Christophe Sifer and Volker Dipl.-Chem. Dr. Schneider and X Allaume and Annabelle Servant and Françoise Bernaudin and Val{\'e}rie Auguste and Antoine Garbarg-Chenon},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={37 8},
  pages={
          2483-7
        }
}
Erythrovirus (formerly parvovirus) B19 causes a wide range of diseases in humans, including anemia due to aplastic crisis. Diagnosis of B19 infection relies on serology and the detection of viral DNA by PCR. These techniques are usually thought to detect all erythrovirus field isolates, since the B19 genome is known to undergo few genetic variations. We have detected an erythrovirus (V9) markedly different from B19 in the serum and bone marrow of a child with transient aplastic anemia. The B19… CONTINUE READING

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