A fatal adenovirus infection
of broiler chickens: Inclusion body hepatitis.
Nguyen et al., "Molecular epidemiology of adenovirus infection
among pediatric population with diarrhea in Asia," Microbiology and Immunology, vol.
In the present study, we have shown that adenovirus infection
induces the release of the HNP-1, -3, and -4, into the upper airways of 6-12-year-old children.
The epidemiological studies of adenovirus infections
have limitations due to the relatively high incidence of doubtful and inconclusive results obtained in the tests currently in use.
Therefore, a negative NPA result indicated that isolation of PIV III or adenovirus from the lower airway was unlikely, while a positive NPA result did not reliably predict lower airway PIV III or adenovirus infection
. The agreement of PIV III was very poor; however, the agreement of adenovirus was fair.
Prevalence and clinical manifestations of rotavirus and adenovirus infections
in children under five years olde in katsina state, northweteri Nigeria.
Maneekarn, "Adenovirus infection
: a potential risk for developing intussusception in pediatric patients," Journal of Medical Virology, vol.
p53-dependent cell death/apoptosis is required for a productive adenovirus infection
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The patient also had molecular evidence of adenovirus infection
from the respiratory sample, but this was negative in the CSF sample.
In brief, cells were harvested 2-3 days after adenovirus infection
. Proteins were extracted from transfected SNU-668 cells using lysis buffer and quantified by the Bradford dye-binding procedure (Bio-Rad, USA).
(1) There is also a strong association with adenovirus infection
causing lymphadenopathy of the Peyer's patches, which can cause a lead point for intussusception.
There, he was diagnosed with an adenovirus infection
, which had attacked his heart and made it stop, starving his brain of oxygen and causing brain damage.
Although, adenovirus infection
is typically self-limiting, fatal disease may occur among persons infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and other immunosuppressed individuals .
Horwitz, "The impact of adenovirus infection
on the immunocompromised host," Reviews in Medical Virology, vol.13, no.3, pp.155-171, 2003.