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This study was performed to determine the incidence of enteric virus serotype 40 and 41 in children with acute gastroenteritis by immunochromatographic method in order enable early appropriate treatment as soon as possible by studying the age and seasonal distribution.
World Health Organization collaborating laboratories; National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System laboratories; U.
Evaluation of F-specific RNA bacteriophage as a candidate human enteric virus indicator for bivalve molluscan shellfish.
The PEC has required demonstration of a 2-log reduction of viable helminth ova density and a 3-log reduction of enteric virus density to prove equivalency.
section]) The CDC influenza surveillance system collects information in five categories from eight data sources: 1) viral surveillance (World Health Organization collaborating laboratories, the National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System, and novel influenza A virus case reporting); 2) outpatient illness surveillance (U.
The samples were also analyzed for the presence of enteric virus DNA or RNA via PCR.
Comparison of bacteriophage and enteric virus removal in pilot scale activated sludge plants.
By mid-January, laboratories of the World Health Organization and the National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System had tested 25,779 specimens, of which 5% were positive for flu; however, during the week ending January 19, the percentage of positive specimens was 13.
By mid-January the World Health Organization and the National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System had tested 25,779 specimens; 5% were positive for flu.
If rapid sand filtration plants permit the passage of planktonic bacterial cells when temperatures are low, how effective are they against the far smaller enteric virus particle?
Until now, RSV data were reported to the CDC's National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System (NREVSS) by less than 100 clinical laboratories.