(HAdVs) can cause a wide spectrum of clinical illness, ranging from asymptomatic infections to severe illnesses and death.
5%), there was successful detection of adenoviruses
2, 3, 5, and 41.
Rotaviruses followed by adenoviruses
are the major pathogens causing gastroenteritis in infants and children.
His research focuses on molecular epidemiology and sequence analysis of adenoviruses
and enteroviruses with next-generation and di-deoxy Sanger sequencing.
Genetically modified adenoviruses
against gliomas: from bench to bedside.
Molecular identification of adenovirus sequences: a rapid scheme for early typing of human adenoviruses
in diagnostic samples of immunocompetent and immunodeficient patients.
are extremely efficient gene delivery systems that are widely used in human gene therapy and in vitro gene functional studies.
belong to the family Adenoviridae which is a group 1 double-stranded DNA virus according to the Baltimore Classification Scheme of Viruses.
The purpose of this study was to find out a place of rotaviruses, adenoviruses
, and astroviruses in the etiological structure of acute intestinal infections in children depending on a season of year.
are responsible for a variety of illnesses in cattle, dogs, horses, pigs, and other animals, but scientists thought the viruses and their ailments couldn't jump between species.
most commonly cause respiratory illnesses, including pneumonia.
have been used before but at the risk of damaging vital organs.
4) However, the purification and concentration of adenoviruses
is a very difficult procedure, because according to the classical cleaning and concentration steps ultracentrifugation with CsCl-gradients is needed.
are a valuable model for studying virology and have become recently ubiquitous in vector technology and in experimental gene therapy research.
The gene sequence, excluding the primer sequence, was aligned with the Northern aplomado falcon (Falco femoralis) variant of the falcon adenovirus, the 12 fowl adenoviruses
in the Aviadenovirus genus, and Sequencer 3.