The common cold at the turn of the millennium.


Upper respiratory tract infections are one of the most common infectious diseases in man and are characterized by transient, relatively mild symptoms. Human rhinoviruses are known to be the major causative agent in adult common colds and their relative importance has further increased with the use of the sensitive RT-PCR technique. Characteristic for a… (More)


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