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Title: The rare enterovirus c99 and echovirus 29 strains in Brazil: potential risks associated to silent circulation
Authors: LUCHS, AdrianaLEAL, ElcioTARDY, KaelanMILAGRES, Flavio Augusto de PaduaKOMNINAKIS, Shirley VasconcelosBRUSTULIN, RafaelTELES, Maria da Aparecida RodriguesLOBATO, Marcia Cristina Alves Brito SayaoCHAGAS, Rogerio Togisaki dasABRAO, Maria de Fatima Neves dos SantosSOARES, Cassia Vitoria de Deus AlvesDENG, XutaoDELWART, EricSABINO, Ester CerdeiraCOSTA, Antonio Charlys da
Citation: MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ, v.114, article ID UNSP e190160, 4p, 2019
Abstract: Human enteroviruses (EVs) are associated with a wide spectrum of human diseases. Here we report the complete genome sequences of one EV-C99 strain and one E29 strain obtained from children suffering from acute gastroenteritis, without symptoms of enteroviral syndromes. This is the first report of EV-C99 in South America, and the second E29 genome described worldwide. Continuous surveillance on EVs is vital to provide further understanding of the circulation of new or rare EV serotypes in the country. The present study also highlights the capacity of EVs to remain in silent circulation in populations.
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