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Community Waterborne Gastroenteritis Outbreak: Evidence for Rotavirus as the Agent.
Detection of Rotavirus in Human Stools by Using Monoclonal Antibody.
Detection of Rotavirus with a New Polyclonal Antibody Enzyme Immunoassay (Rotazyme 2) and a Commercial Latex Agglutination Text (Rotalex): Comparison with a Monoclonal Antibody Enzyme Immunoassay.
Effect of Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide and Monochloramine on Rotavirus (SA-11) Inactivation.
Efficiency of Human Rotavirus Propagation in Cell Culture.
Human Rotavirus Studies in Volunteers: Determination of Infectious Dose and Serological Response to Infection.
Inactivation of Simian Rotavirus SA11 by Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, and Monochloramine.
Isolating Viruses from Finished Water.
Membrane-Associated Viral Complexes Observed in Stools and Cell Culture.
Relative Concentrations of Serum Neutralizing Antibody to VP3 and VP7 Proteins in Adults Infected with a Human Rotavirus (Journal Version).
Removal of Hepatitis A Virus and Rotavirus by Drinking Water Treatment.
Rotavirus Fecal IgA Antibody Response in Adults Challenged with Human Rotavirus.
Sequence, Genomic Organization of the EcoRI-A Fragment of 'Autographa californica' Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus, and Identification of a Viral-Encoded Protein Resembling the Outer Capsid Protein VP8 of Rotavirus.
Serologic Survey of Rotavirus, Norwalk Agent and 'Prototheca wickerhamii' in Wastewater Workers.
Simplified Radioimmunoassay for Detection of Human Rotavirus in Stools.
Virus removal during conventional drinking water treatment /
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