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  • Characterization of novel intergenogroup and intergenotype recombinant noroviruses from central Greece 

    Ruether, I. G. A.; Dimitriou, T. G.; Tsakogiannis, D.; Kyriakopoulou, Z.; Amoutzias, G. D.; Gartzonika, C.; Levidiotou-Stefanou, S.; Markoulatos, P. (2014)
    Noroviruses (NoVs) are a major causative agent of acute gastroenteritis in humans. They are members of the Caliciviridae family and based on the genetic analysis of the RdRp and capsid regions, human NoVs are divided into ...
  • Circulation of intergenotype recombinant noroviruses GII.9/GII.6 from 2006 to 2011 in central Greece 

    Ruether, I. G. A.; Tsakogiannis, D.; Kyriakopoulou, Z.; Dimitriou, T. G.; Papamichail, C.; Gartzonika, C.; Leveidiotou-Stefanou, S.; Markoulatos, P. (2014)
    Noroviruses (NoVs) are members of the Caliciviridae family and are recognized as a worldwide cause of acute nonbacterial gastroenteritis. Based on the genetic analysis of the RdRp and capsid regions, human NoVs are divided ...
  • Molecular characterization of a new intergenotype Norovirus GII recombinant 

    Ruether, I. G. A.; Tsakogiannis, D.; Pliaka, V.; Kyriakopoulou, Z.; Krikelis, A.; Gartzonika, C.; Leveidiotou-Stefanou, S.; Markoulatos, P. (2012)
    Human noroviruses (NoVs) of the Caliciviridae family are a major cause of epidemic gastroenteritis. The NoV genus is genetically diverse and recombination of viral RNA is known to depend upon various immunological and ...