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Organoids as a New In Vitro Model of Human Norovirus Infection

Kim JH, Jeong YI

Human noroviruses (HuNoVs) are the main causative viral agents in epidemic and endemic acute gastroenteritis worldwide. Despite their impact on the global economic and health burden, developing effective control measures...
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Accuracy and Cross-Reactivity of Rapid Diagnostic Tests for Norovirus and Rotavirus in a Real Clinical Setting

Thangjui S, Sripirom N, Titichoatrattana S, Mekmullica J

Background: Rapid diagnostic test (RDT) of norovirus and rotavirus is commonly used for outbreak screening and patient management. Varying accuracy of the test and cross-reactivity has been reported and could...
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Molecular Detection and Epidemiology of Etiologic Agents among Children with Acute Gastroenteritis at a Secondary Hospital from 2015 to 2018

Kim YS, Chung JY

Purpose: The multiplex reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test developed recently can help detect enteric pathogens of acute gastroenteritis (AGE). This study aimed to investigate the epidemiology of pathogens in...
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Detection and genetic analysis of zoonotic hepatitis E virus, rotavirus, and sapovirus in pigs

Lyoo EL, Park BJ, Ahn HS, Han SH, Go HJ, Kim DH, Lee JB, Park SY, Song CS, Lee SW, Choi IS

The zoonotic transmission of viral diseases to humans is a serious public health concern. Pigs are frequently a major reservoir for several zoonotic viral diseases. Therefore, periodic surveillance is needed...
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Serum Uric Acid as a Predictive Factor for Rotaviral or Noroviral Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis

Yoo SY, Kim DH, Lee Y, Lee GH, Ha DJ, Kwon YS

Purpose: This study investigated the relationship between serum uric acid levels and benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (CwGs) caused by rotavirus and norovirus. Methods: This retrospective study identified 89 patients with...
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Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis

Kim YO

Benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (CwG) are a well-known type of benign seizures that occur in infants and children aged between 6 months and 3 years and are associated with...
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An Norovirus Outbreak at a Local Festival in Chungnam Korea

Lee H, Kim D, Park S, Park J, Nam HS, Choi J, Park J

Noroviruses (NoV) are the major viral pathogen causing epidemic acute gastroenteritis and outbreaks of foodborne and waterborne illness. During the local festival in Chungnam province, group food poisoning occurred outbreak...
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Norovirus Outbreak in a Kindergarten: Human to Human Transmission among Children

Kim S, Kim YW, Ryu S, Kim JW

An outbreak of acute gastroenteritis was reported from a kindergarten on January 5, 2018 and investigation was conducted. A case was defined as a kindergartener presented with vomiting or diarrhea...
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Survey of bovine norovirus infections from diarrheic calves in South Korea, 2015–2017

Lee EY, Kang HW, Kim HY, Kim SH, Moon B, So BJ, Lee KK, Kim YH

This study examined complex infections with various enteropathogens and the genetic diversity of bovine norovirus (BNoV) in 932 fecal samples from diarrheic calves in South Korea. Overall, seventeen (1.8%) of...
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Environmental Transmission of Noroviruses and Study of Fecal Microorgnisms as Viral Indicators in the Suyeong River in Busan, Korea

Choi SH, Yun HC, Shim JH, Kim KS, Park GH, Do WG, Jeong EY, Jang KL

In order to investigate the occurrence of norovirus in rivers and beaches, a total of 81 samples were tested at seven sites of Oncheon stream, Suyeong river and Gwanganri beach...
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Evaluation of a New Multiplex Real-Time PCR Assay for Detecting Gastroenteritis-Causing Viruses in Stool Samples

Hyun J, Ko DH, Lee SK, Kim HS, Kim JS, Song W, Kim HS

BACKGROUND: Diarrhea has been the second leading cause of death among children under the age of five, and the rapid and accurate pathogen diagnosis in patients with diarrhea is crucial...
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The Comparison of Clinical Characteristics in Three Types of Viral Acute Diarrhea in Infants and Toddlers and the Effect of Lactobacillus acidophilus on Rotaviral Diarrhea

Shin SH, Shin HS

The most common causes of acute viral diarrhea in infants and toddlers are rotavirus, astrovirus and norovirus. The purpose of this study was to evaluate epidemiological data of pathogens obtained...
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Convulsions with Noroviral Gastroenteritis in Children at a Single Center in Korea

Kang S, Lee HJ, Kim SH

PURPOSE: Viral gastroenteritis is a common disease in infants and children. Seizures can be associated with viral gastroenteritis as benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (CwG). After the development of the...
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Epidemiological investigation on the outbreak of foodborne and waterborne disease due to Norovirus with delayed notification

Ha M, Kim H, Kim YH, Na MS, Yu MJ

OBJECTIVES: There was an outbreak of foodborne and waterborne disease among high school students at Okcheon in June, 2018. First attack occurred June 5(th) but seven days later it was...
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Norovirus Associated Cerebellitis in a Previous Healthy 2-year-old Girl

Chung LY, Lee KC, Kim GH, Eun SH, Eun BL, Byeon JH

Norovirus causes acute gastroenteritis, occasional afebrile seizures, and rarely encephalitis. We describe a child with cerebellitis due to norovirus that has not been reported previously. A previously healthy 2-year-old girl...
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Comparison of Clinical Features between Noroviral and Rotaviral Gastroenteritis

Song JI, Park MJ, Lee YM, Kim CD, Lee HK, Kim SS, Lee JH

OBJECTIVE: Rotavirus and norovirus are the most common pathogens causing acute gastroenteritis in children. As the incidence of noroviral gastroenteritis increases, it is becoming more important to identify the clinical...
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Ileal Perforation with Norovirus Gastroenteritis in a 3-Month-Old Infant

Wi SW, Lee SJ, Kang EK, Cho SM

Noroviruses have been recognized as the leading cause of epidemic and sporadic gastroenteritis since the advent of molecular diagnostic technique. They have been documented in 5-31% of pediatric patients hospitalized...
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Epidemiology and Factors Related to Clinical Severity of Acute Gastroenteritis in Hospitalized Children after the Introduction of Rotavirus Vaccination

Kim A, Chang JY, Shin S, Yi H, Moon JS, Ko JS, Oh S

We aimed to investigate epidemiology and host- and pathogen-related factors associated with clinical severity of acute gastroenteritis (AGE) in children after rotavirus vaccination introduction. Factors assessed included age, co-infection with...
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Emergence of Norovirus GII.17-associated Outbreak and Sporadic Cases in Korea from 2014 to 2015

Jung S, Hwang BM, Jung H, Chung G, Yoo CK, Lee DY

Human norovirus are major causative agent of nonbacterial acute gastroenteritis. In general, genogroup (G) II.4 is the most prominent major genotype that circulate in human population and the environment. However,...
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Recent advances in norovirus infection

Han TH, Chung JY

Norovirus (NoV) infections are an important cause of epidemic and sporadic viral gastroenteritis and a major cause of foodborne and waterborne outbreaks. NoV is characterized by genetic diversity, frequent mutations,...
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