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Norovirus (formerly Norwalk agent) is an RNA virus (taxonomic family Caliciviridae) that causes approximately 90% of epidemic nonbacterial outbreaks of gastroenteritis around the world, and may be responsible for 50% of all foodborne outbreaks of gastroenteritis in the United States.
Glycosylation and its Role in Human Health and Disease

Glycosylation and its Role in Human Health and Disease

Novel Zebrafish Model Offers Efficient Tool for Norovirus Research

Novel Zebrafish Model Offers Efficient Tool for Norovirus Research

Zebrafish Embryo Model Unveils Breakthrough Cultivation Method

Zebrafish Embryo Model Unveils Breakthrough Cultivation Method

The Native Antigen Company Expands Range of Norovirus-Like Particles

The Native Antigen Company Expands Range of Norovirus-Like Particles

Researchers develop a DNA sensor to target and detect infectious viruses in minutes

Researchers develop a DNA sensor to target and detect infectious viruses in minutes

Edible coating made with green tea extract kills microbes

Edible coating made with green tea extract kills microbes

The Architecture Of A 'Shape-Shifting' Norovirus

The Architecture Of A 'Shape-Shifting' Norovirus

Increasing the radiosensitivity of the FCV-F9 virus

Increasing the radiosensitivity of the FCV-F9 virus

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