Rotavirus surveillance in europe, 2005-2008: Web-enabled reporting and real-time analysis of genotyping and epidemiological data

M. Iturriza-Gómara, T. Dallman, K. Bányai, B. Böttiger, J. Buesa, S. Diedrich, L. Fiore, K. Johansen, N. Korsun, A. Kroneman, M. Lappalainen, L. Bajnok, L. Maunula, J. Matthinjnssens, S. Midgley, Z. Mladenova, M. Poljsak-Prijatelj, P. Pothier, F. M. Ruggeri, A. Sanchez-FauquierE. Schreier, A. Steyer, I. Sidaraviciute, A. N. Tran, V. Usonis, M. Van Ranst, A. De Rougemont, J. Gray

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Background. The first European rotavirus surveillance network, EuroRotaNet, comprising 16 laboratories in 15 European countries, has been established. Methods. Fecal samples from gastroenteritis cases positive for group A rotavirus antigen were collected from multiple European countries from 2005 to mid-2008 and were subjected to G and P genotyping. Epidemiological data collected included age, sex, geographical location, setting, dates of onset and sample collection, and clinical symptoms. Results. A total of 8879 rotavirus-positive samples were characterized: 2129 cases were from the 2005-2006 season, 4030 from the 2006-2007 season, and 2720 from the ongoing 2007-2008 season. A total of 30 different G and P type combinations of strains circulated in the region from 2005 through 2008. Of these strains, 90% had genotypes commonly associated with human infections-G1P[8], G2P[4], G3P[8], G4P[8], and G9P[8]-and 1.37% represented potential zoonotic introductions. G1P[8] remained the most prevalent genotype in Europe as a whole, but the incidence of infection with G1P[8] rotavirus strains was

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JournalJournal of Infectious Diseases
Volume200
Issue numberSUPPL. 1
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Publication statusPublished - Nov 2009

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Rotavirus surveillance in europe, 2005-2008 : Web-enabled reporting and real-time analysis of genotyping and epidemiological data. / Iturriza-Gómara, M.; Dallman, T.; Bányai, K.; Böttiger, B.; Buesa, J.; Diedrich, S.; Fiore, L.; Johansen, K.; Korsun, N.; Kroneman, A.; Lappalainen, M.; Bajnok, L.; Maunula, L.; Matthinjnssens, J.; Midgley, S.; Mladenova, Z.; Poljsak-Prijatelj, M.; Pothier, P.; Ruggeri, F. M.; Sanchez-Fauquier, A.; Schreier, E.; Steyer, A.; Sidaraviciute, I.; Tran, A. N.; Usonis, V.; Van Ranst, M.; De Rougemont, A.; Gray, J.

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Iturriza-Gómara, M, Dallman, T, Bányai, K, Böttiger, B, Buesa, J, Diedrich, S, Fiore, L, Johansen, K, Korsun, N, Kroneman, A, Lappalainen, M, Bajnok, L, Maunula, L, Matthinjnssens, J, Midgley, S, Mladenova, Z, Poljsak-Prijatelj, M, Pothier, P, Ruggeri, FM, Sanchez-Fauquier, A, Schreier, E, Steyer, A, Sidaraviciute, I, Tran, AN, Usonis, V, Van Ranst, M, De Rougemont, A & Gray, J 2009, 'Rotavirus surveillance in europe, 2005-2008: Web-enabled reporting and real-time analysis of genotyping and epidemiological data', Journal of Infectious Diseases, vol. 200, no. SUPPL. 1. https://doi.org/10.1086/605049
Iturriza-Gómara, M. ; Dallman, T. ; Bányai, K. ; Böttiger, B. ; Buesa, J. ; Diedrich, S. ; Fiore, L. ; Johansen, K. ; Korsun, N. ; Kroneman, A. ; Lappalainen, M. ; Bajnok, L. ; Maunula, L. ; Matthinjnssens, J. ; Midgley, S. ; Mladenova, Z. ; Poljsak-Prijatelj, M. ; Pothier, P. ; Ruggeri, F. M. ; Sanchez-Fauquier, A. ; Schreier, E. ; Steyer, A. ; Sidaraviciute, I. ; Tran, A. N. ; Usonis, V. ; Van Ranst, M. ; De Rougemont, A. ; Gray, J. / Rotavirus surveillance in europe, 2005-2008 : Web-enabled reporting and real-time analysis of genotyping and epidemiological data. In: Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2009 ; Vol. 200, No. SUPPL. 1.
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