Seroprevalence of Norovirus Genogroup IV Antibodies among Humans, Italy, 2010–2011

@inproceedings{Martino2014SeroprevalenceON,
  title={Seroprevalence of Norovirus Genogroup IV Antibodies among Humans, Italy, 2010–2011},
  author={Barbara Di Martino and Federica Di Profio and Chiara Ceci and Elisabetta Di Felice and Kim Y Green and Karin Bok and Simona De Grazia and Giovanni M. Giammanco and Ivano Massirio and Eleonora Lorusso and Canio Buonavoglia and Fulvio Marsilio and Vito Martella},
  booktitle={Emerging infectious diseases},
  year={2014}
}
Noroviruses (NoVs) of genogroup IV (GIV) (Alphatron-like) cause infections in humans and in carnivorous animals such as dogs and cats. We screened an age-stratified collection of serum samples from 535 humans in Italy, using virus-like particles of genotypes GIV.1, circulating in humans, and GIV.2, identified in animals, in ELISA, in order to investigate the prevalence of GIV NoV-specific IgG antibodies. Antibodies specific for both genotypes were detected, ranging from a prevalence of 6.6% to… CONTINUE READING
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