Norovirus diarrhea is a great threat to public health worldwide. To characterize the prevalence of circulating noroviruses associated with sporadic gastroenteritis cases in Guangzhou, 215 stool specimens were collected during two consecutive cold seasons in 2013-2015. Noroviruses were detected in 25 (11.63 %) samples, and GII.4 (6/9) and GII.17 (10/16) were identified as the most predominant variants of each of those seasons. The remaining strains belonged to the genotypes GII.P12/GII.3, GII.2, and GI.Pb/GI.6. The phylogenetic relationships of the GII.17 strains were analyzed based on their capsid protein sequences. This study suggests a significant shift of predominant variants associated with sporadic gastroenteritis in Guangzhou.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: May 1, 2016
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