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WRRCTR No.161 Replication of Human Rotavirus in Tissue Culture: Recovery and Detection in Fecal, Sewage, and Natural Water Samples

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Title WRRCTR No.161 Replication of Human Rotavirus in Tissue Culture: Recovery and Detection in Fecal, Sewage, and Natural Water Samples
Creator Fujioka, Roger S Siwak, Edward B Loh, Philip C
Subject virus enterovirus pathogens sewage water pollution rotavirus tissue culture ELISA Enterovirus diseases. Rotaviruses. Tissue culture.
Description Human rotavirus is the major cause of gastroenteritis among young children. To replicate this virus, sensitive methods using standard tissue culture systems are required. The project goal was to develop laboratory capability to recover and detect this infectious rotavirus in fecal, sewage, and natural water samples. Using simian rotavirus (SA-II) as a model system and an enzyme-linked immunosorption (ELISA) test capable of detecting high concentrations of rotavirus, the protamine sulfate...
Date 1984-06
Type Report
Identifier Fujioka RS, Siwak EB, Loh PC. 1984. Replication of human rotavirus in tissue culture: recovery and detection in fecal, sewage, and natural water samples. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 161. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/1996
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Technical Report 161
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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