Zoonotic transmission of rotavirus: surveillance and control

@article{Dr2015ZoonoticTO,
  title={Zoonotic transmission of rotavirus: surveillance and control},
  author={R. D{\'o}r{\'o} and S. Farkas and V. Martella and K. B{\'a}nyai},
  journal={Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={1337 - 1350}
}
  • R. Dóró, S. Farkas, +1 author K. Bányai
  • Published 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy
  • Group A rotavirus (Rotavirus A, RVA) is the main cause of acute dehydrating diarrhea in humans and numerous animal species. RVA shows vast diversity and a variety of human strains share genetic and antigenic features with animal origin RVA strains. This finding suggests that interspecies transmission is an important mechanism of rotavirus evolution and contributes to the diversity of human RVA strains. RVA is responsible for half a million deaths and several million hospitalizations worldwide… CONTINUE READING
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