Norwalk virus

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Norwalk virus:

see norovirusnorovirus
or Norwalk virus,
highly contagious viral disease caused by infection with an RNA virus of the genus Norovirus. The virus causes acute gastroenteritis, usually one to two days after infection; typical symptoms are abdominal pain and cramps, diarrhea,
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An NLV valuation would only value the 25% fee title as though it were to be sold off in pieces, resulting in a valuation of perhaps 25% to 80% of the across the fence (ATF) value for that section of the corridor, additionally, the 75% or 75-miles that is less-than-fee tide would be valued at $0.
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In conjunction with the financing, Vijay Lathi, a managing director at NLV Partners, has been named to Oxford Immunotec's board of directors.
We used the following keywords: Norwalk, norovirus, Norwalk-like virus, human calicivirus, calicivirus, NLV, small round virus, and small round structured virus.
Partial sequence analysis of the polymerase gene identified the virus as belonging to genogroup II (2), the most common NLV genogroup in the United Kingdom and the United States (3).
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