Volume 25, Number 12—December 2019
Distantly Related Rotaviruses in Common Shrews, Germany, 2004–2014
|Virus species||Monoinfections||Co-infections with
|RVA||RVC||RVH||RVA and RVC||RVC and RVH||RVA and RVH|
|RVA||7/46 (15.2)||NA||0/46||1/46 (2.2)||NA||2/46 (4.3)||NA||10/46 (21.7)|
|RVC-like||3/46 (6.5)||0/46||NA||0/46||NA||NA||2/46 (4.3)||5/46 (10.9)|
|RVH-like||4/46 (4.3)||1/46 (2.2)||0/46||NA||2/46 (4.3)||NA||NA||7/46 (15.2)|
*Samples from shrews were examined by reverse transcription PCRs specific for RVA, RVC-like, and RVH-like species. Values are no. positive/total (%). NA, not applicable; RVA, rotavirus A; RVC, rotavirus C; RVH, rotavirus H.
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