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any of a group of picornaviruses that infect the gastrointestinal tract and can spread to other areas (especially the nervous system)

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To determine if enteroviruses were selectively eliminated during wastewater treatment, we isolated them at different steps during each of the wastewater treatment processes.
Analyses included PCR and cell culture tests for enteroviruses and PCR tests for hepatitis A virus, rotavirus, and Norwalk virus.
This assay amplifies a segment of the viral protein 1 gene, which enables discrimination of EV-D68 from other enteroviruses and rhinoviruses (K.
Antigenic diversity of enteroviruses associated with nonpolio acute flaccid paralysis, India, 2007-2009.
The super bases (Super A(TM), Super T(TM), Super G(TM) and Super N(TM)) and MGB technology described in '610 allow the use of shorter probes with increased sensitivity to mismatches, which have proved essential for detecting short conserved sequences of enteroviruses as well as other pathogens.
Molecular characterization of human enteroviruses in the Central African Republic: uncovering of wide diversity and identification of a new human enterovirus A71 genogroup.
To the Editor: Enteroviruses (EVs) are small, nonenveloped viruses of the family Picornaviridae (1).
The majority of viral respiratory infections are caused by picornaviruses, in particular the closely related picornaviruses called rhinoviruses and enteroviruses.
We anticipate that more cases of enteroviral encephalitis might develop, given the increasingly frequent use of MAbs against CD20 and widespread occurrence of enteroviruses.
Human enteroviruses (EVs) belong to the family Picornaviridae, genus Enterovirus, and are classified into 4 species, EV-A, B, C, and D (1-3).
Human infections with enteroviruses such as coxsackievirus A (CVA) are generally mild, but severe complications were more often reported for infections caused by enterovirus 71 (EV71) (1,2).
To identify enteroviruses, we performed 3 separate PCRs.
To the Editor: Human enteroviruses (EVs) are small, nonenveloped RNA viruses belonging to the family Picornaviridae.
Therefore, other viral agents associated with AFP need to be identified, especially nonpolio human enteroviruses (HEVs), which are a major cause of neurologic illness.
CVA16 was not detected among these 174 children, and other enteroviruses were detected only sporadically.