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J Clin Microbiol. May 1994; 32(5): 1408–1409.
PMCID: PMC263717

Rotavirus serotype G5 associated with diarrhea in Brazilian children.

Abstract

Rotavirus serotype G5 in fecal specimens of 38 Brazilian children with diarrhea was identified by PCR and enzyme immunoassays. The strains exhibited long RNA electropherotypes and either subgroup II or nonsubgroup I-nonsubgroup II specificities. Serotype G5 has been found in piglets and horses but not yet in humans.

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