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Detection of Human Bocavirus in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Children With Encephalitis

We report 4 children with encephalitis associated with human bocavirus (HBoV) 1 or 2. All children were severely underweight, and 2 died; 1 of them had a matching HBoV2 nucleotide sequence isolated from serum and bocavirus like particles in the cerebrospinal fluid that were observed with electron mi... Full description

Journal Title: Clinical Infectious Diseases 1 April 2012, Vol.54(7), pp.964-967
Main Author: Mitui, Marcelo Takahiro
Other Authors: Tabib, S. M. Shahnawaz Bin , Matsumoto, Takashi , Khanam, Wahida , Ahmed, Selim , Mori, Daisuke , Akhter, Nasima , Yamada, Kentaro , Kabir, Luthful , Nishizono, Akira , Söderlund-Venermo, Maria , Ahmed, Kamruddin
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title: Detection of Human Bocavirus in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Children With Encephalitis
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  • Mitui, Marcelo Takahiro
  • Tabib, S. M. Shahnawaz Bin
  • Matsumoto, Takashi
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  • Ahmed, Selim
  • Mori, Daisuke
  • Akhter, Nasima
  • Yamada, Kentaro
  • Kabir, Luthful
  • Nishizono, Akira
  • Söderlund-Venermo, Maria
  • Ahmed, Kamruddin
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  • Health sciences -- Medical conditions -- Diseases
  • Biological sciences -- Biology -- Physiology
  • Social sciences -- Population studies -- Human populations
  • Biological sciences -- Biology -- Microbiology
  • Biological sciences -- Biology -- Microbiology
  • Biological sciences -- Biology -- Microbiology
  • Applied sciences -- Laboratory techniques -- Nucleic acid amplification techniques
  • Political science -- Government -- Governance
  • Biological sciences -- Biology -- Physiology
  • Health sciences -- Medical sciences -- Immunology
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description: We report 4 children with encephalitis associated with human bocavirus (HBoV) 1 or 2. All children were severely underweight, and 2 died; 1 of them had a matching HBoV2 nucleotide sequence isolated from serum and bocavirus like particles in the cerebrospinal fluid that were observed with electron microscopy. No further pathogens were detected in the cerebrospinal fluid of these patients.
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abstractWe report 4 children with encephalitis associated with human bocavirus (HBoV) 1 or 2. All children were severely underweight, and 2 died; 1 of them had a matching HBoV2 nucleotide sequence isolated from serum and bocavirus like particles in the cerebrospinal fluid that were observed with electron microscopy. No further pathogens were detected in the cerebrospinal fluid of these patients.
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