Rotavirus virus-like particles as surrogates in environmental persistence and inactivation studies.

@article{Caballero2004RotavirusVP,
  title={Rotavirus virus-like particles as surrogates in environmental persistence and inactivation studies.},
  author={S. S{\'a}nchez Caballero and F. Xavier Abad and Fabienne Loisy and Françoise S. Le Guyader and Jean Pierre Quadrat. Guy Cohen and Rosa Maria Ferreiro Pinto and Albert Bosch},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={70 7},
  pages={3904-9}
}
Virus-like particles (VLPs) with the full-length VP2 and VP6 rotavirus capsid proteins, produced in the baculovirus expression system, have been evaluated as surrogates of human rotavirus in different environmental scenarios. Green fluorescent protein-labeled VLPs (GFP-VLPs) and particles enclosing a heterologous RNA (pseudoviruses), whose stability may be monitored by flow cytometry and antigen capture reverse transcription-PCR, respectively, were used. After 1 month in seawater at 20 degrees… CONTINUE READING

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