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Rotavirus

 
 
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Disease relevance of Rotavirus

 

Psychiatry related information on Rotavirus

 

High impact information on Rotavirus

  • Recognition of the rotavirus mRNA 3' consensus by an asymmetric NSP3 homodimer [8].
  • The median duration of diarrhea was significantly less (P<0.001) in the racecadotril group (28 hours regardless of rotavirus status) than in the placebo group (72 and 52 hours, respectively, for rotavirus-positive and rotavirus-negative patients) [9].
  • The signal peptide of the rotavirus glycoprotein VP7 is essential for its retention in the ER as an integral membrane protein [10].
  • Both raw and pasteurized milk contained detectable levels of IgG1 antibody directed at rotavirus [11].
  • The non-structural protein NSP2 of rotavirus, which exhibits nucleoside triphosphatase, single-stranded RNA binding, and nucleic-acid helix-destabilizing activities, is a major component of viral replicase complexes [12].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Rotavirus

  • Our studies further indicated that the glycoproteins bind directly to rotaviruses and that virus-glycoprotein binding is dependent largely upon interactions with sialic acid oligosaccharides [13].
  • Three of these compounds, leupeptin, pentamidine, and bis (5-amidino-2-benzimidazolyl) methane (BABIM) also restricted the intestinal replication of the murine strain of rotavirus when protease inhibitor and virus were administered simultaneously to suckling mice [14].
  • L cells and HEp2 cells were as permissive as Ma104 and HT29 cells when rotavirus infection was mediated by transfection of single- or double-shelled rotavirus particles with cationic liposomes (Lipofectin) [15].
  • Liposome-mediated transfection of intact viral particles reveals that plasma membrane penetration determines permissivity of tissue culture cells to rotavirus [15].
  • Like other rotaviruses it had a double-stranded RNA with 11 discrete segments, but the pattern of migration of the segments on polyacrylamide electrophoresis differed from those of other rotaviruses [16].
 

Biological context of Rotavirus

 

Anatomical context of Rotavirus

 

Gene context of Rotavirus

  • RESULTS: Interleukin (IL)-1, interferon (IFN)-alpha, and IFN-gamma pretreatment led to a dose-dependent resistance to rotavirus infection [23].
  • TRAFs (-1, -2, and -3) are bound by the rhesus rotavirus VP8* protein through three discrete TRAF binding domains [26].
  • We hypothesized that epithelial sensing of rotavirus might target dsRNA, which can be detected by TLR3 or protein kinase R (PKR) [27].
  • Expression of VP4 or VP8* from rhesus or human rotaviruses induced a 5-7-fold increase in NF-kappaB activity and synergistically enhanced TRAF2-mediated NF-kappaB activation [26].
  • We determined that rotavirus infection of HT-29 intestinal epithelial cells results in prompt activation of NF-kappaB (<2 h), STAT1, and ISG F3 (3 h) [28].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Rotavirus

  • These antisera were then used in neutralization tests to define the extent and distribution of VP4 antigenic polymorphism among human rotaviruses [29].
  • The critical role of NSP1 in promoting cell-to-cell spread of rotavirus was demonstrated by using gene 5-specific short interfering RNAs in plaque assays [30].
  • These data suggest that as a result of the high degree of sequence conservation observed among rotaviruses of the same serotype, it is possible to predict the serotype of a rotavirus isolate by direct sequence analysis of its VP7 gene [31].
  • We analyzed cross-reactive neutralization epitopes on protein VP3 of human rotavirus (HRV) by the use of neutralizing monoclonal antibodies (N-MAbs), which showed a variety of interserotypic reactivity patterns when examined in a neutralization test and an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay against 15 HRV and 2 animal RV strains [32].
  • Ninety fecal samples from calves with diarrhea, 81 samples from adult cows with diarrhea (winter dysentery), and 20 fecal samples from healthy adult cows were tested for group C rotaviruses by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, immune electron microscopy, and reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR) [33].

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