Definition of Rotaviruses

1. Noun. (plural of rotavirus) ¹



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Definition of Rotaviruses

1. rotavirus [n] - See also: rotavirus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotaviruses

rotatory spasm
rotatory tic
rotavap
rotavaps
rotavate
rotavated
rotavates
rotavating
rotavator
rotavators
rotaviral
rotavirus
rotavirus antigen test
rotavirus infections
rotavirus stool test
rotaviruses (current term)
rotaxane
rotaxanes
rotche
rotches
rotchet
rotchets
rotchie
rotchies
rote
rote learning
roted
rotelike
rotella
rotelle

Literary usage of Rotaviruses

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1. Manual of Microbiologic Monitoring of Laboratory Animals by Kimberly Sue Waggie (1994)
"rotaviruses do not have an envelope. The genome consists of eleven segments ... Many of the group A rotaviruses are well adapted for growth in a variety of ..."

2. Diarrhea and Malnutrition: Interactions, Mechanisms, and Interventions by Lincoln C. Chen, Nevin S. Scrimshaw (1983)
"... colostrum-deprived calves with human rotaviruses.79 In the calf model, denuded villus tips are replaced with cuboidal epithelial cells. ..."

3. Digestive Diseases of the U. S.: Epidemiology and Impact edited by James E. Everhart (1994)
"Rotavirus Definition and Diagnosis Rotavirus diarrhea is an infectious diarrhea caused overwhelmingly by group A rotaviruses, the most common cause of ..."

4. Health Information for International Travel edited by Rosamond R. Dewart (1999)
"In six studies, for example, as much as 36% of diarrheal illnesses in travelers (median 22%) was associated with rotaviruses in the stools. ..."

5. Health Information for International Travel by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"In six studies, for example, 0 to 36 percent of diarrheal illnesses in travelers (median 22 percent) were associated with rotaviruses in the stools. ..."

6. Health Information for International Travel (1994) by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"However, a comparable number of asymptomatic travelers also had rotaviruses, and up to 50 percent of symptomatic persons with rotavirus infections also had ..."

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