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*  Diarrhea
It can be caused by bacterial infections, viral infections, parasitic infections, or autoimmune problems such as inflammatory ... A rotavirus vaccine decrease the rates of diarrhea in a population. New vaccines against rotavirus, Shigella, Enterotoxigenic ... These infections are often acquired from food or water that has been contaminated by feces, or directly from another person who ... The most common cause is an infection of the intestines due to either a virus, bacteria, or parasite - a condition also known ...
*  Gastroenteritis
Risk of infection is higher in children due to their lack of immunity and relatively poor hygiene. Rotavirus, norovirus, ... Some viral infections may produce benign infantile seizures. Viruses (particularly rotavirus) and the bacteria Escherichia coli ... In the US, infections causing gastroenteritis are the second most common infection (after the common cold), and they result in ... Desselberger U, Huppertz HI (January 2011). "Immune responses to rotavirus infection and vaccination and associated correlates ...
*  Enteritis
Ramig, Robert F. (2004-10-01). "Pathogenesis of intestinal and systemic rotavirus infection". Journal of Virology. 78 (19): ... Rotavirus is responsible for infecting 140 million people and causing 1 million deaths each year, mostly in children younger ... In Germany, 90% of cases of infectious enteritis are caused by four pathogens, Norovirus, Rotavirus, Campylobacter and ...
*  Medical microbiology
Dennehy PH (2012). "Rotavirus infection: an update on management and prevention". Advances in Pediatrics. 59 (1): 47-74. doi: ... Some infections can be dealt with by the body's own immune system, but more serious infections are treated with antimicrobial ... Clinical pathology Fungal infection Infection List of antibiotics List of human parasitic diseases List of infectious diseases ... Bacterial infections are treated with antibacterials (often called antibiotics) whereas fungal and viral infections are treated ...
*  Rotavirus vaccine
... is a vaccine used to protect against rotavirus infections. These viruses are the leading cause of severe ... and more than 80 countries have introduced routine rotavirus vaccination. The incidence and severity of rotavirus infections ... Rotavirus vaccines. Indian J of Med Microbiol 2006;24:4:252-7. Hodal, Kate (2017-03-22). "Rotavirus vaccine could save lives of ... The rotavirus A parent strains of the reassortants were isolated from human and bovine hosts. Four reassortant rotaviruses ...
*  Ruth Bishop
Scaling properties and symmetrical patterns in the epidemiology of rotavirus infection. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. ... Dr Bishop has also published theoretical works about the patterns in the epidemiology of rotavirus infection. From 1983 to 1988 ... The name "rotavirus" was later suggested by the Irishman, Thomas Henry Flewett, because of the round, wheel-like shape of virus ... Rotaviruses cause diarrhoea and vomiting in young children and are a leading cause of death in the developing countries. Three ...
*  MFGE8
1998). "Role of human-milk lactadherin in protection against symptomatic rotavirus infection". Lancet. 351 (9110): 1160-4. doi: ...
*  Gagandeep Kang
She is a key contributor to rotavirus epidemiology and vaccinology in India. Focusing on vaccines, enteric infections and ... Her comprehensive research on rotavirus has demonstrated the high burden of rotavirus disease across India and the genetic ... "Protective Effect of Natural Rotavirus Infection in an Indian Birth Cohort". New England Journal of Medicine. 365 (4): 337-46. ... India Rotavirus Vaccine, Group (2014). "Efficacy of a monovalent human-bovine (116E) rotavirus vaccine in Indian children in ...
*  Roxan (protein)
RoXaN is capable of interacting with NSP3 in vivo and during rotavirus infection. Domains of interaction correspond to the ... This protein also interacts with the rotavirus non-structural protein NSP3. Rotavirus mRNAs are capped but not polyadenylated, ... RoXaN (Rotavirus 'X'-associated non-structural protein) also known as ZC3H7B (zinc finger CCCH-type containing 7B), is a ... rotavirus X protein associated with NSP3) is 110-kDa cellular protein that contains a minimum of three regions predicted to be ...
*  Tylosema
2011). "Tylosema esculentum (marama) tuber and bean extracts are strong antiviral agents against rotavirus infection". Evidence ...
*  Feline coronavirus
... sialic acid and protein fragments in the inhibition of rotavirus infection". Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - General ... Infection of macrophages by FIPV is responsible for development of a fatal granulomatous vasculitis, or FIP (see granuloma). ... Type I, that can be defined as 'FECV that could mutate to FIPV type I', is responsible for 80% of the infections. Typically, ... Felin coronavirus infections are therefore sialic acid dependant. Kittens born from mothers carrying FECV are protected from ...
*  Rotaviral gastroenteritis
... and is the most common cause of death related to rotavirus infection. Rotavirus A infections can occur throughout life: the ... Rotavirus infections rarely cause other complications and for a well managed child the prognosis is excellent. Rotavirus A, ... Two rotavirus vaccines against Rotavirus A infection are safe and effective in children: Rotarix by GlaxoSmithKline and RotaTeq ... During the infection, rotavirus produces mRNA for both protein biosynthesis and gene replication. Most of the rotavirus ...
*  Rotavirus
... and is the most common cause of death related to rotavirus infection. Rotavirus A infections can occur throughout life: the ... During the infection, rotavirus produces mRNA for both protein biosynthesis and gene replication. Most of the rotavirus ... Boys are twice as likely as girls to be admitted to hospital for rotavirus. In the pre-vaccination era, rotavirus infections ... The incidence and severity of rotavirus infections has declined significantly in countries that have added rotavirus vaccine to ...
*  Poly(A)-binding protein
... tailed mRNAs upon rotavirus infection. PABP-C1 evicted from eIF4G by NSP3 accumulates in the nucleus of rotavirus-infected ... Once rotavirus infection occurs viral GACC-tailed mRNAs are translated while the poly(A)-tailed mRNA is severely impaired. In ... Harb, Maya (Nov 2008). "Nuclear Localization of Cytoplasmic Poly(A)-Binding Protein upon Rotavirus Infection Involves the ... Rotavirus RNA-binding protein NSP3 interacts with eIF4GI and evicts the poly(A) binding protein from eIF4F. NSP3A by taking the ...
*  Genistin
... isoflavones are demonstrated to be bioactive within the neonatal intestine and may reduce the severity of rotavirus infections ...
*  Coeliac disease
These antibodies stimulate monocyte proliferation, and rotavirus infection might explain some early steps in the cascade of ... Hyposplenism (a small and underactive spleen) occurs in about a third of cases and may predispose to infection given the role ... Indeed, earlier studies of rotavirus damage in the gut showed this causes a villous atrophy. This suggests that viral proteins ... Major theories include surgery, pregnancy, infection and emotional stress. The eating of gluten early in a baby's life does not ...
*  CCL28
... chemokines CCL25/TECK and CCL28/MEC in IgA+ plasmablast recruitment to the intestinal lamina propria after rotavirus infection ...
*  Thomas Henry Flewett
His laboratory in Birmingham was a World Health Organisation Reference and Research Centre for Rotavirus Infections from 1980 ... Flewett did much collaborative work on rotaviruses with others to establish the varieties of rotavirus which infect the young ... Following the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine, worldwide the incidence of deaths of children caused by rotavirus has ... Clinical efficacy of the RIT 4237 live attenuated bovine rotavirus vaccine in infants vaccinated before a rotavirus epidemic" J ...
*  Porcine circovirus
Testing of the other licensed vaccine against rotavirus infection, RotaTeq, has also detected some components of both PCV-1 and ... However, viral infection by itself tends to cause only mild disease, and co-factors such as other infections or ... For example, concurrent infection with porcine parvovirus or PRRS virus, or immunostimulation lead to increased replication of ... and is probably a means for the virus to overcome the host's immune responses to infection. Rep and Rep' form a dimer that ...
*  PATH (global health organization)
Former PATH researcher John Wecker noted that rotavirus infections dropped in areas that began to use the vaccine after the WHO ... PATH also conducts research to show the impact of rotavirus vaccines and help countries choose whether to adopt the vaccines ... In 2006, PATH helped Nicaragua become the first developing country to introduce rotavirus vaccines within months of their ... PATH supports the introduction of vaccines against rotavirus in developing countries to protect young children from severe ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Infectious Diseases: Viral: Rotavirus
Rotavirus is a genus of double-stranded RNA virus in the family Reoviridae. It is transmitted by the faecal-oral route and is ... NHS Choices: Rotavirus Gastroenteritis Provides information on this infection of the stomach and bowel. Includes a short video ... Rotavirus is a genus of double-stranded RNA virus in the family Reoviridae. It is transmitted by the faecal-oral route and is ...
*  NSP1 (rotavirus)
... in response to viral infection. NSP1 binds to and targets IRF3 for proteasome degradation early post-infection. IRF3 ... "Rotavirus NSP1 Inhibits NFκB Activation by Inducing Proteasome-Dependent Degradation of β-TrCP: A Novel Mechanism of IFN ... NSP1, the product of rotavirus gene 5, is an nonstructural RNA-binding protein that contains a cysteine-rich region and is a ... The carboxyl-half of the rotavirus nonstructural protein NSP1 is not required for virus replication. NSP1 could play a role in ...
*  Probiotic
LAB products might aid in the treatment of acute diarrhea, and possibly affect rotavirus infections in children and travelers' ... There is no good evidence that probiotics are of benefit in the management of infection or inflammation of the urinary tract. ... Chapter 116: Infection and Inflammation of the Pediatric Genitourinary Tract. Urology. 4 (10th ed.). Saunders Elsevier. p. 3121 ... Some strains of lactic acid bacteria may affect Helicobacter pylori infections (which may cause peptic ulcers) in adults when ...
*  Benign infantile epilepsy
Infection with rotavirus is the most common cause. Although children with benign infantile epilepsy typically have a normal EEG ...
*  Irish Medicines Formulary
... after 1 October 2016 and includes two new vaccines offering babies protection against Meningococcal B and Rotavirus infection. ...
*  Norovirus
... infection cannot be treated with antibiotics because it is not a bacterial infection. Treatments aim to avoid ... "Developments in understanding acquired immunity and innate susceptibility to norovirus and rotavirus gastroenteritis in ... Infection is characterized by diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain. Blood is not usually present. Fever or headaches may also ... Norovirus infection is characterized by nausea, vomiting, watery diarrhea, abdominal pain, and in some cases, loss of taste. A ...
*  Peter S. Kim
... an oral vaccine for the prevention of rotavirus infection in infants), and Victrelis (the first hepatitis C protease inhibitor ...