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Volume 4, Number 1—March 1998

Perspective

Calicivirus Emergence from Ocean Reservoirs: Zoonotic and Interspecies Movements

Alvin W. Smith*, Douglas E. Skilling*, Neil Cherry†, Jay H. Mead‡, and David O. Matson§
Author affiliations: *Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA; †Lincoln University, New Zealand; ‡Red Cross, Portland, Oregon, USA; §Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

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A) 150 blood donor sera tested against a polyvalent antigen containing San Miguel sea lion viruses (SMSVs) 5, 13, and 17 purified by CsCl; B) Eight acute- and eight convalescent-phase sera from a confirmed outbreak of Norwalk gastroenteritis tested against the polyvalent SMSVs 5, 13, 17 antigen; C) The eight acute-phase sera from the same outbreak of Norwalk gastroenteritis tested in B also tested against the baculovirus expressed Norwalk virus capsid protein; D) The eight convalescent-phase ser

Figure 1. A) 150 blood donor sera tested against a polyvalent antigen containing San Miguel sea lion viruses (SMSVs) 5, 13, and 17 purified by CsCl; B) Eight acute- and eight convalescent-phase sera from a confirmed outbreak of Norwalk gastroenteritis tested against the polyvalent SMSVs 5, 13, 17 antigen; C) The eight acute-phase sera from the same outbreak of Norwalk gastroenteritis tested in B also tested against the baculovirus expressed Norwalk virus capsid protein; D) The eight convalescent-phase sera paired with the acute-phase sera (See C) tested as in C.

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