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Neonatal rotavirus infection: role of lacteal neutralising alpha1-anti-trypsin and nonimmunoglobulin antiviral activity in protection

Journal of Medical Virology

Jan 1, 1982

B M TotterdellJ E Banatvala

PMID: 6290601

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Abstract

Expressed breast milks (EBMs) were collected from mothers of rotavirus (RV)-excreting babies and from mothers whose babies were RV free during an outbreak of asymptomatic RV infection in a newborn nursery to determine the role of lacteal anti-RV neutralising activity, alpha1-anti-trypsi...read more

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Antibodies, Viral
Neonatal Immunity, Maternally-Acquired
Milk, Human
Rotavirus Infections
Zemaira
Neutralization Tests
Neonatal Calf Diarrhea Virus
Antiviral Agents
Neonatal Disorder
Communicable Diseases
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Neonatal rotavirus infection: role of lacteal neutralising alpha1-anti-trypsin and nonimmunoglobulin antiviral activity in protection

Journal of Medical Virology

Jan 1, 1982

B M TotterdellJ E Banatvala

PMID: 6290601

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Abstract

Expressed breast milks (EBMs) were collected from mothers of rotavirus (RV)-excreting babies and from mothers whose babies were RV free during an outbreak of asymptomatic RV infection in a newborn nursery to determine the role of lacteal anti-RV neutralising activity, alpha1-anti-trypsi...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Antibodies, Viral
Neonatal Immunity, Maternally-Acquired
Milk, Human
Rotavirus Infections
Zemaira
Neutralization Tests
Neonatal Calf Diarrhea Virus
Antiviral Agents
Neonatal Disorder
Communicable Diseases

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Paper Details
References
  • References15
  • Citations11
12
  • References15
  • Citations11
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