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Environmental Surveillance of Enteroviruses in Central Argentina: First Detection and Evolutionary Analyses of E14

Author:
Farías, AdrianA., Mojsiejczuk, LauraN., Pisano, MaríaB., Flores, FernandoS., Aguilar, JuanJ., Jean, AnaN., Yanes, LauraA., Masachessi, Gisela, Prez, VeronicaE., Isa, MaríaB., Campos, RodolfoH., Ré, VivianaE., Nates, SilviaV.
Source:
Food and environmental virology 2018 v.10 no.1 pp. 121-126
ISSN:
1867-0334
Subject:
Human enterovirus, environmental monitoring, phylogeny, serotypes, sewage, Argentina
Abstract:
Environmental surveillance is an effective approach to investigate the circulation of human enteroviruses in the population. Enteroviruses E14, CVA9, E-6, E16, E20, E25, E13, and CVA24 were detected in sewage and a watercourse in central Argentina. E14 was the most frequent serotype and was found for the first time in environmental samples in our region. Phylogenetic and coalescence analyses showed at least two recent introduction events.
Agid:
5895328