The Reoviridae family began in 1959 when Albert Sabin reclassified an echovirus
group (echo is an acronym for enteric cytopathic human orphan), a group of viruses not known to cause any human disease.
El patron de infeccion observado durante esta epidemia puede corresponder al de virus conocidos, como los arbovirus o los virus influenza, parainfluenza, adenovirus, echovirus
, coxsackie, enterovirus, herpesvirus, entre otros, pero con mayor impacto a nivel del sistema nervioso central (SNC), durante esta epidemia.
From 1970 through 2000, echovirus
13 (E13) accounted for only 74 of about 46,000 (less than 1%) enterovirus isolates reported to the CDC, and prior to 2000 it had been reported only in association with sporadic illness.
In particular, echovirus
type 13 -- which has not been reported in Japan in the past 20 years -- was detected, the institute said.
Selenium-deficient mice had more heart damage from the echovirus
and the B1 coxsackievirus than the animals getting ample selenium.
Judging from their size and shape, the cells containing fragments of echovirus
RNA in the new study were clearly neurons, says study coauthor Martina M.
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A patient with the rare immunodeficiency disorder dedicator of cytokinesis 8 deficiency (DOCK8 deficiency, or hyper IgE syndrome) excreted echovirus
13 in the first fecal sample, and another patient with the rare immunodeficiency disorder B cell expansion with NF-kB and T cell anergy (BENTA) disease excreted echovirus
5 in the first fecal sample.
17) The best known members of the genus Enterovirus are PV, EV7, CV, and echovirus
Serologic studies for echovirus
, coxsackievirus B, parvovirus B19, adenovirus, and human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6) all came back negative.
testing was performed at the California Viral and Rickettsial Disease Laboratory.
type 4 as a probable cause of meningitis associated with bilateral optic neuritis: a case report.