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ADENOVIRUS 40/41 - Science


• Evaluation of 40/41 Adeno-Strip Quick Test® for the detection of enteric adenoviruses

D. Piérard, D. Stevens, S. Lauwers

IIIèmes Journées Francophones de Virologie, Paris, 19-20/04/2001.

4041 Adenovirus Evaluation

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Evaluation Adenovirus 4041


• Immunochromatography, Simple, fast, effective and powerful method, for the detection of Adenovirus 40/41

Depierreux C, Coppe P, Pé E, Paquet A, Raimond O and Leclipteux T

Focus Diagnostica, 2000 Vol.8 (6) p.166

Immunochromatography Adenovirus 4041


• Rapid test for adenovirus 40/41

Medica 2001

Rapid test for Adenovirus 4041


• Enteric adenoviruses - Updated report, 2010

Enteric adenoviruses


• Acute viral gastroenteritis: proportion and clinical relevance of multiple infections in Spanish children

Román E, Wilhelmi I, Colomina J, Villar J, Cilleruelo ML, Nebreda V, Del Alamo M, Sánchez-Fauquier A.

J Med Microbiol. 2003 May;52(Pt 5):435-40.


Dual infections associated with acute infectious diarrhoea and its microbiological, epidemiological and clinical findings have been evaluated in patients selected from a comprehensive survey of children under 4 years old, admitted to hospital emergency rooms from October 1996 to November 1997. A total of 820 children (433 males and 387 females) were enrolled. Stools were tested for rotavirus, adenovirus, astrovirus and bacterial enteropathogens. Patients were grouped according to age, and the seasonality of mixed infections was evaluated. Clinical trends and severity of gastrointestinal disease by Ruuska's score were also analysed. Mixed infections were identified in 39 cases (5 %), of which 23 were males and 16 were females. The majority of cases were in the 7-18-month age group (26 cases) and occurred in autumn (67 %). Virus-virus co-infections were more frequent (26/39) than virus-bacteria co-infections (13/39). More than two infectious agents were detected in only four cases. The most common viral co-infections were rotavirus-astrovirus (13/26) and rotavirus-adenovirus (10/26). The present report is the first prospective analysis of clinical-epidemiological trends of dual infections in young Spanish children with acute viral gastroenteritis. Our results emphasize the clinical importance of mixed infections as a cause of severe diarrhoea in children.


• Caliciviruses and foodborne gastroenteritis, Chile.

Vidal R, Solari V, Mamani N, Jiang X, Vollaire J, Roessler P, Prado V, Matson DO, O'Ryan ML.

Emerg Infect Dis. 2005 Jul;11(7):1134-7.


Human caliciviruses caused 45% of 55 gastroenteritis outbreaks occurring in Santiago, Chile, during 2000-2003. Outbreaks affected 99 persons, occurred most commonly in the home, and were associated with seafood consumption. Thirteen outbreak strains sequenced were noroviruses, including 8 GII, 2 GI, and 3 belonging to a novel genogroup.



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