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Retrospective Analysis of Six Years of Acute Flaccid Paralysis Surveillance and Polio Vaccine Coverage Reported by Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Malta, and Greece

Fontana, Stefano; Buttinelli, Gabriele; Fiore, Stefano; Amato, Concetta; Pataracchia, Marco; Kota, Majlinda; Aćimović, Jela; Blažević, Mia; Mulaomerović, Mirsada; Nikolaeva-Glomb, Lubomira; Mentis, Andreas; Voulgari-Kokota, Androniki; Gashi, Luljeta; Kaçaniku-Gunga, Pranvera; Barbara, Christopher; Melillo, Jackie; Protic, Jelena; Filipović-Vignjević, Svetlana; O’Connor, Patrick M.; D’Alberto, Alessandra; Orioli, Riccardo; Siddu, Andrea; Saxentoff, Eugene; Stefanelli, Paola

(MDPI, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fontana, Stefano
AU  - Buttinelli, Gabriele
AU  - Fiore, Stefano
AU  - Amato, Concetta
AU  - Pataracchia, Marco
AU  - Kota, Majlinda
AU  - Aćimović, Jela
AU  - Blažević, Mia
AU  - Mulaomerović, Mirsada
AU  - Nikolaeva-Glomb, Lubomira
AU  - Mentis, Andreas
AU  - Voulgari-Kokota, Androniki
AU  - Gashi, Luljeta
AU  - Kaçaniku-Gunga, Pranvera
AU  - Barbara, Christopher
AU  - Melillo, Jackie
AU  - Protic, Jelena
AU  - Filipović-Vignjević, Svetlana
AU  - O’Connor, Patrick M.
AU  - D’Alberto, Alessandra
AU  - Orioli, Riccardo
AU  - Siddu, Andrea
AU  - Saxentoff, Eugene
AU  - Stefanelli, Paola
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/618
AB  - Here we analyzed six years of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) surveillance, from 2015 to 2020, of 10 countries linked to the WHO Regional Reference Laboratory, at the Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy. The analysis also comprises the polio vaccine coverage available (2015–2019) and enterovirus (EV) identification and typing data. Centralized Information System for Infectious Diseases and Laboratory Data Management System databases were used to obtain data on AFP indicators and laboratory performance and countries’ vaccine coverage from 2015 to 2019. EV isolation, identification, and typing were performed by each country according to WHO protocols. Overall, a general AFP underreporting was observed. Non-Polio Enterovirus (NPEV) typing showed a high heterogeneity: over the years, several genotypes of coxsackievirus and echovirus have been identified. The polio vaccine coverage, for the data available, differs among countries. This evaluation allows for the collection, for the first time, of data from the countries of the Balkan area regarding AFP surveillance and polio vaccine coverage. The need, for some countries, to enhance the surveillance systems and to promote the polio vaccine uptake, in order to maintain the polio-free status, is evident.
PB  - MDPI
T2  - Vaccines
T1  - Retrospective Analysis of Six Years of Acute Flaccid Paralysis Surveillance and Polio Vaccine Coverage Reported by Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Malta, and Greece
IS  - 1
SP  - 44
VL  - 10
DO  - 10.3390/vaccines10010044
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Fontana, Stefano and Buttinelli, Gabriele and Fiore, Stefano and Amato, Concetta and Pataracchia, Marco and Kota, Majlinda and Aćimović, Jela and Blažević, Mia and Mulaomerović, Mirsada and Nikolaeva-Glomb, Lubomira and Mentis, Andreas and Voulgari-Kokota, Androniki and Gashi, Luljeta and Kaçaniku-Gunga, Pranvera and Barbara, Christopher and Melillo, Jackie and Protic, Jelena and Filipović-Vignjević, Svetlana and O’Connor, Patrick M. and D’Alberto, Alessandra and Orioli, Riccardo and Siddu, Andrea and Saxentoff, Eugene and Stefanelli, Paola",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Here we analyzed six years of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) surveillance, from 2015 to 2020, of 10 countries linked to the WHO Regional Reference Laboratory, at the Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy. The analysis also comprises the polio vaccine coverage available (2015–2019) and enterovirus (EV) identification and typing data. Centralized Information System for Infectious Diseases and Laboratory Data Management System databases were used to obtain data on AFP indicators and laboratory performance and countries’ vaccine coverage from 2015 to 2019. EV isolation, identification, and typing were performed by each country according to WHO protocols. Overall, a general AFP underreporting was observed. Non-Polio Enterovirus (NPEV) typing showed a high heterogeneity: over the years, several genotypes of coxsackievirus and echovirus have been identified. The polio vaccine coverage, for the data available, differs among countries. This evaluation allows for the collection, for the first time, of data from the countries of the Balkan area regarding AFP surveillance and polio vaccine coverage. The need, for some countries, to enhance the surveillance systems and to promote the polio vaccine uptake, in order to maintain the polio-free status, is evident.",
publisher = "MDPI",
journal = "Vaccines",
title = "Retrospective Analysis of Six Years of Acute Flaccid Paralysis Surveillance and Polio Vaccine Coverage Reported by Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Malta, and Greece",
number = "1",
pages = "44",
volume = "10",
doi = "10.3390/vaccines10010044"
}
Fontana, S., Buttinelli, G., Fiore, S., Amato, C., Pataracchia, M., Kota, M., Aćimović, J., Blažević, M., Mulaomerović, M., Nikolaeva-Glomb, L., Mentis, A., Voulgari-Kokota, A., Gashi, L., Kaçaniku-Gunga, P., Barbara, C., Melillo, J., Protic, J., Filipović-Vignjević, S., O’Connor, P. M., D’Alberto, A., Orioli, R., Siddu, A., Saxentoff, E.,& Stefanelli, P.. (2022). Retrospective Analysis of Six Years of Acute Flaccid Paralysis Surveillance and Polio Vaccine Coverage Reported by Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Malta, and Greece. in Vaccines
MDPI., 10(1), 44.
https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines10010044
Fontana S, Buttinelli G, Fiore S, Amato C, Pataracchia M, Kota M, Aćimović J, Blažević M, Mulaomerović M, Nikolaeva-Glomb L, Mentis A, Voulgari-Kokota A, Gashi L, Kaçaniku-Gunga P, Barbara C, Melillo J, Protic J, Filipović-Vignjević S, O’Connor PM, D’Alberto A, Orioli R, Siddu A, Saxentoff E, Stefanelli P. Retrospective Analysis of Six Years of Acute Flaccid Paralysis Surveillance and Polio Vaccine Coverage Reported by Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Malta, and Greece. in Vaccines. 2022;10(1):44.
doi:10.3390/vaccines10010044 .
Fontana, Stefano, Buttinelli, Gabriele, Fiore, Stefano, Amato, Concetta, Pataracchia, Marco, Kota, Majlinda, Aćimović, Jela, Blažević, Mia, Mulaomerović, Mirsada, Nikolaeva-Glomb, Lubomira, Mentis, Andreas, Voulgari-Kokota, Androniki, Gashi, Luljeta, Kaçaniku-Gunga, Pranvera, Barbara, Christopher, Melillo, Jackie, Protic, Jelena, Filipović-Vignjević, Svetlana, O’Connor, Patrick M., D’Alberto, Alessandra, Orioli, Riccardo, Siddu, Andrea, Saxentoff, Eugene, Stefanelli, Paola, "Retrospective Analysis of Six Years of Acute Flaccid Paralysis Surveillance and Polio Vaccine Coverage Reported by Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Malta, and Greece" in Vaccines, 10, no. 1 (2022):44,
https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines10010044 . .
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Laboratory capability and surveillance testing for middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection in the who European region, June 2013

Pereyaslov, D.; Rosin, P.; Palm, D.; Zeller, H.; Gross, D.; Brown, C.S.; Struelens, M.J.; Robo, Alma; Hatibi, I.H.; Alis, J.C.; Sargsyan, S.; Gurbanov, S.; Gribkova, N.; van Ranst, M.; Ieven, G.; Patteet, S.; Tomić, S.; Korsun, N.; Drazenović, V.; Pieridou-Bagkatzouni, D.; Jirincova, H.; Havlickova, M.; Fomsgaard, A.; Rae, K.; Lappalainen, M.; Ikonen, N.; Lina, B.; van der Werf, S.; Manuguerra, J.-C.; Machablishvili, A.; Eickmann, M.; Wolff, T.; Dobler, G.; Schmidt-Chanasit, J.; Drosten, C.; Papa, Anna; Mentis, Andreas F.; Kis, Z.; Löve, A.; Coughlan, S.; Mandelboim, M.; Capobianchi, M.R.; Landini, M.P.; Baldanti, F.; Palu, G.; Ghisetti, V.; Donatelli, I.; Nusupbayeva, G.; Tokhtabakiyeva, Z.; Kasymbekova, Kalia; Storozenko, J.; Erne, S.; Griskevicius, A.; Opp, M.; Barbara, C.; Vratnica, Z.; Reusken, C.; Dudman, S.G.; Hungnes, O.; Pancer, K.; Guiomar, R.; Eder, V.; Lupulescu, Emilia; Yatsyshina, S.; Pisareva, M.; Buzitskaya, Z.; Sergeev, A.; Nedeljković, Jasminka; Staroňová, E.; Županc, T.A.; Petrovec, M.; Korva, M.; Prosenc, K.; Casas, I.; Gaines, H.; Cherpillod, P.; Zakirova, N.; Bosevska, G.; Altas, B.; Ciblak, M.; Ciblak, M.; Mironenko, A.; Dykhanovska, T.; Demchyshyna, Irina V.; Bermingham, A.; Rakhimov, R.

(European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pereyaslov, D.
AU  - Rosin, P.
AU  - Palm, D.
AU  - Zeller, H.
AU  - Gross, D.
AU  - Brown, C.S.
AU  - Struelens, M.J.
AU  - Robo, Alma
AU  - Hatibi, I.H.
AU  - Alis, J.C.
AU  - Sargsyan, S.
AU  - Gurbanov, S.
AU  - Gribkova, N.
AU  - van Ranst, M.
AU  - Ieven, G.
AU  - Patteet, S.
AU  - Tomić, S.
AU  - Korsun, N.
AU  - Drazenović, V.
AU  - Pieridou-Bagkatzouni, D.
AU  - Jirincova, H.
AU  - Havlickova, M.
AU  - Fomsgaard, A.
AU  - Rae, K.
AU  - Lappalainen, M.
AU  - Ikonen, N.
AU  - Lina, B.
AU  - van der Werf, S.
AU  - Manuguerra, J.-C.
AU  - Machablishvili, A.
AU  - Eickmann, M.
AU  - Wolff, T.
AU  - Dobler, G.
AU  - Schmidt-Chanasit, J.
AU  - Drosten, C.
AU  - Papa, Anna
AU  - Mentis, Andreas F.
AU  - Kis, Z.
AU  - Löve, A.
AU  - Coughlan, S.
AU  - Mandelboim, M.
AU  - Capobianchi, M.R.
AU  - Landini, M.P.
AU  - Baldanti, F.
AU  - Palu, G.
AU  - Ghisetti, V.
AU  - Donatelli, I.
AU  - Nusupbayeva, G.
AU  - Tokhtabakiyeva, Z.
AU  - Kasymbekova, Kalia
AU  - Storozenko, J.
AU  - Erne, S.
AU  - Griskevicius, A.
AU  - Opp, M.
AU  - Barbara, C.
AU  - Vratnica, Z.
AU  - Reusken, C.
AU  - Dudman, S.G.
AU  - Hungnes, O.
AU  - Pancer, K.
AU  - Guiomar, R.
AU  - Eder, V.
AU  - Lupulescu, Emilia
AU  - Yatsyshina, S.
AU  - Pisareva, M.
AU  - Buzitskaya, Z.
AU  - Sergeev, A.
AU  - Nedeljković, Jasminka
AU  - Staroňová, E.
AU  - Županc, T.A.
AU  - Petrovec, M.
AU  - Korva, M.
AU  - Prosenc, K.
AU  - Casas, I.
AU  - Gaines, H.
AU  - Cherpillod, P.
AU  - Zakirova, N.
AU  - Bosevska, G.
AU  - Altas, B.
AU  - Ciblak, M.
AU  - Ciblak, M.
AU  - Mironenko, A.
AU  - Dykhanovska, T.
AU  - Demchyshyna, Irina V.
AU  - Bermingham, A.
AU  - Rakhimov, R.
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/416
AB  - Since September 2012, over 90 cases of respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus, now named Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), have been reported in the Middle East and Europe. To ascertain the capabilities and testing experience of national reference laboratories across the World Health Organization (WHO) European Region to detect this virus, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe conducted a joint survey in November 2012 and a follow-up survey in June 2013. In 2013, 29 of 52 responding WHO European Region countries and 24 of 31 countries of the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) had laboratory capabilities to detect and confirm MERS-CoV cases, compared with 22 of 46 and 18 of 30 countries, respectively, in 2012. By June 2013, more than 2,300 patients had been tested in 23 countries in the WHO European Region with nine laboratory-confirmed MERS-CoV cases. These data indicate that the Region has developed significant capability to detect this emerging virus in accordance with WHO and ECDC guidance. However, not all countries had developed capabilities, and the needs to do so should be addressed. This includes enhancing collaborations between countries to ensure diagnostic capabilities for surveillance of MERS-CoV infections across the European Region.
PB  - European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
T2  - Eurosurveillance
T1  - Laboratory capability and surveillance testing for middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection in the who European region, June 2013
IS  - 40
VL  - 19
DO  - 10.2807/1560-7917.ES2014.19.40.20923
UR  - conv_552
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pereyaslov, D. and Rosin, P. and Palm, D. and Zeller, H. and Gross, D. and Brown, C.S. and Struelens, M.J. and Robo, Alma and Hatibi, I.H. and Alis, J.C. and Sargsyan, S. and Gurbanov, S. and Gribkova, N. and van Ranst, M. and Ieven, G. and Patteet, S. and Tomić, S. and Korsun, N. and Drazenović, V. and Pieridou-Bagkatzouni, D. and Jirincova, H. and Havlickova, M. and Fomsgaard, A. and Rae, K. and Lappalainen, M. and Ikonen, N. and Lina, B. and van der Werf, S. and Manuguerra, J.-C. and Machablishvili, A. and Eickmann, M. and Wolff, T. and Dobler, G. and Schmidt-Chanasit, J. and Drosten, C. and Papa, Anna and Mentis, Andreas F. and Kis, Z. and Löve, A. and Coughlan, S. and Mandelboim, M. and Capobianchi, M.R. and Landini, M.P. and Baldanti, F. and Palu, G. and Ghisetti, V. and Donatelli, I. and Nusupbayeva, G. and Tokhtabakiyeva, Z. and Kasymbekova, Kalia and Storozenko, J. and Erne, S. and Griskevicius, A. and Opp, M. and Barbara, C. and Vratnica, Z. and Reusken, C. and Dudman, S.G. and Hungnes, O. and Pancer, K. and Guiomar, R. and Eder, V. and Lupulescu, Emilia and Yatsyshina, S. and Pisareva, M. and Buzitskaya, Z. and Sergeev, A. and Nedeljković, Jasminka and Staroňová, E. and Županc, T.A. and Petrovec, M. and Korva, M. and Prosenc, K. and Casas, I. and Gaines, H. and Cherpillod, P. and Zakirova, N. and Bosevska, G. and Altas, B. and Ciblak, M. and Ciblak, M. and Mironenko, A. and Dykhanovska, T. and Demchyshyna, Irina V. and Bermingham, A. and Rakhimov, R.",
year = "2014",
abstract = "Since September 2012, over 90 cases of respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus, now named Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), have been reported in the Middle East and Europe. To ascertain the capabilities and testing experience of national reference laboratories across the World Health Organization (WHO) European Region to detect this virus, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe conducted a joint survey in November 2012 and a follow-up survey in June 2013. In 2013, 29 of 52 responding WHO European Region countries and 24 of 31 countries of the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) had laboratory capabilities to detect and confirm MERS-CoV cases, compared with 22 of 46 and 18 of 30 countries, respectively, in 2012. By June 2013, more than 2,300 patients had been tested in 23 countries in the WHO European Region with nine laboratory-confirmed MERS-CoV cases. These data indicate that the Region has developed significant capability to detect this emerging virus in accordance with WHO and ECDC guidance. However, not all countries had developed capabilities, and the needs to do so should be addressed. This includes enhancing collaborations between countries to ensure diagnostic capabilities for surveillance of MERS-CoV infections across the European Region.",
publisher = "European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)",
journal = "Eurosurveillance",
title = "Laboratory capability and surveillance testing for middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection in the who European region, June 2013",
number = "40",
volume = "19",
doi = "10.2807/1560-7917.ES2014.19.40.20923",
url = "conv_552"
}
Pereyaslov, D., Rosin, P., Palm, D., Zeller, H., Gross, D., Brown, C.S., Struelens, M.J., Robo, A., Hatibi, I.H., Alis, J.C., Sargsyan, S., Gurbanov, S., Gribkova, N., van Ranst, M., Ieven, G., Patteet, S., Tomić, S., Korsun, N., Drazenović, V., Pieridou-Bagkatzouni, D., Jirincova, H., Havlickova, M., Fomsgaard, A., Rae, K., Lappalainen, M., Ikonen, N., Lina, B., van der Werf, S., Manuguerra, J.-C., Machablishvili, A., Eickmann, M., Wolff, T., Dobler, G., Schmidt-Chanasit, J., Drosten, C., Papa, A., Mentis, A. F., Kis, Z., Löve, A., Coughlan, S., Mandelboim, M., Capobianchi, M.R., Landini, M.P., Baldanti, F., Palu, G., Ghisetti, V., Donatelli, I., Nusupbayeva, G., Tokhtabakiyeva, Z., Kasymbekova, K., Storozenko, J., Erne, S., Griskevicius, A., Opp, M., Barbara, C., Vratnica, Z., Reusken, C., Dudman, S.G., Hungnes, O., Pancer, K., Guiomar, R., Eder, V., Lupulescu, E., Yatsyshina, S., Pisareva, M., Buzitskaya, Z., Sergeev, A., Nedeljković, J., Staroňová, E., Županc, T.A., Petrovec, M., Korva, M., Prosenc, K., Casas, I., Gaines, H., Cherpillod, P., Zakirova, N., Bosevska, G., Altas, B., Ciblak, M., Ciblak, M., Mironenko, A., Dykhanovska, T., Demchyshyna, I. V., Bermingham, A.,& Rakhimov, R.. (2014). Laboratory capability and surveillance testing for middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection in the who European region, June 2013. in Eurosurveillance
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)., 19(40).
https://doi.org/10.2807/1560-7917.ES2014.19.40.20923
conv_552
Pereyaslov D, Rosin P, Palm D, Zeller H, Gross D, Brown C, Struelens M, Robo A, Hatibi I, Alis J, Sargsyan S, Gurbanov S, Gribkova N, van Ranst M, Ieven G, Patteet S, Tomić S, Korsun N, Drazenović V, Pieridou-Bagkatzouni D, Jirincova H, Havlickova M, Fomsgaard A, Rae K, Lappalainen M, Ikonen N, Lina B, van der Werf S, Manuguerra J, Machablishvili A, Eickmann M, Wolff T, Dobler G, Schmidt-Chanasit J, Drosten C, Papa A, Mentis AF, Kis Z, Löve A, Coughlan S, Mandelboim M, Capobianchi M, Landini M, Baldanti F, Palu G, Ghisetti V, Donatelli I, Nusupbayeva G, Tokhtabakiyeva Z, Kasymbekova K, Storozenko J, Erne S, Griskevicius A, Opp M, Barbara C, Vratnica Z, Reusken C, Dudman S, Hungnes O, Pancer K, Guiomar R, Eder V, Lupulescu E, Yatsyshina S, Pisareva M, Buzitskaya Z, Sergeev A, Nedeljković J, Staroňová E, Županc T, Petrovec M, Korva M, Prosenc K, Casas I, Gaines H, Cherpillod P, Zakirova N, Bosevska G, Altas B, Ciblak M, Ciblak M, Mironenko A, Dykhanovska T, Demchyshyna IV, Bermingham A, Rakhimov R. Laboratory capability and surveillance testing for middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection in the who European region, June 2013. in Eurosurveillance. 2014;19(40).
doi:10.2807/1560-7917.ES2014.19.40.20923
conv_552 .
Pereyaslov, D., Rosin, P., Palm, D., Zeller, H., Gross, D., Brown, C.S., Struelens, M.J., Robo, Alma, Hatibi, I.H., Alis, J.C., Sargsyan, S., Gurbanov, S., Gribkova, N., van Ranst, M., Ieven, G., Patteet, S., Tomić, S., Korsun, N., Drazenović, V., Pieridou-Bagkatzouni, D., Jirincova, H., Havlickova, M., Fomsgaard, A., Rae, K., Lappalainen, M., Ikonen, N., Lina, B., van der Werf, S., Manuguerra, J.-C., Machablishvili, A., Eickmann, M., Wolff, T., Dobler, G., Schmidt-Chanasit, J., Drosten, C., Papa, Anna, Mentis, Andreas F., Kis, Z., Löve, A., Coughlan, S., Mandelboim, M., Capobianchi, M.R., Landini, M.P., Baldanti, F., Palu, G., Ghisetti, V., Donatelli, I., Nusupbayeva, G., Tokhtabakiyeva, Z., Kasymbekova, Kalia, Storozenko, J., Erne, S., Griskevicius, A., Opp, M., Barbara, C., Vratnica, Z., Reusken, C., Dudman, S.G., Hungnes, O., Pancer, K., Guiomar, R., Eder, V., Lupulescu, Emilia, Yatsyshina, S., Pisareva, M., Buzitskaya, Z., Sergeev, A., Nedeljković, Jasminka, Staroňová, E., Županc, T.A., Petrovec, M., Korva, M., Prosenc, K., Casas, I., Gaines, H., Cherpillod, P., Zakirova, N., Bosevska, G., Altas, B., Ciblak, M., Ciblak, M., Mironenko, A., Dykhanovska, T., Demchyshyna, Irina V., Bermingham, A., Rakhimov, R., "Laboratory capability and surveillance testing for middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection in the who European region, June 2013" in Eurosurveillance, 19, no. 40 (2014),
https://doi.org/10.2807/1560-7917.ES2014.19.40.20923 .,
conv_552 .
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Phylogenetic Analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 Sequences from Eleven Different Countries Confirms the Predominance of Genotype 1 and Suggests the Spread of Genotype 3b

Huebschen, Judith M.; Mihneva, Zefira; Mentis, Andreas F.; Schneider, Francois; Aboudy, Yair; Grossman, Zehava; Rudich, Hagit; Kasymbekova, Kalia; Sarv, Inna; Nedeljković, Jasminka; Tahita, Marc C.; Tarnagda, Zekiba; Ouedraogo, Jean-Bosco; Gerasimova, A.G.; Moskaleva, T.N.; Tikhonova, Nina T.; Chitadze, Nazibrola; Forbi, J.C.; Faneye, Adedayo O.; Otegbayo, Jesse A.; Charpentier, Emilie; Muller, Claude P.

(Amer Soc Microbiology, Washington, 2009)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Huebschen, Judith M.
AU  - Mihneva, Zefira
AU  - Mentis, Andreas F.
AU  - Schneider, Francois
AU  - Aboudy, Yair
AU  - Grossman, Zehava
AU  - Rudich, Hagit
AU  - Kasymbekova, Kalia
AU  - Sarv, Inna
AU  - Nedeljković, Jasminka
AU  - Tahita, Marc C.
AU  - Tarnagda, Zekiba
AU  - Ouedraogo, Jean-Bosco
AU  - Gerasimova, A.G.
AU  - Moskaleva, T.N.
AU  - Tikhonova, Nina T.
AU  - Chitadze, Nazibrola
AU  - Forbi, J.C.
AU  - Faneye, Adedayo O.
AU  - Otegbayo, Jesse A.
AU  - Charpentier, Emilie
AU  - Muller, Claude P.
PY  - 2009
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/279
AB  - Phylogenetic analysis of 166 human parvovirus B19 sequences from 11 different countries attributed 91.57% to genotype 1, 5.42% to genotype 3b, and 3.01% to genotype 3a. Very similar viruses of genotype 1 circulated widely in Europe and Israel. Genotype 3b seems to show an increasing spread outside of Africa.
PB  - Amer Soc Microbiology, Washington
T2  - Journal of Clinical Microbiology
T1  - Phylogenetic Analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 Sequences from Eleven Different Countries Confirms the Predominance of Genotype 1 and Suggests the Spread of Genotype 3b
EP  - 3738
IS  - 11
SP  - 3735
VL  - 47
DO  - 10.1128/JCM.01201-09
UR  - conv_242
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Huebschen, Judith M. and Mihneva, Zefira and Mentis, Andreas F. and Schneider, Francois and Aboudy, Yair and Grossman, Zehava and Rudich, Hagit and Kasymbekova, Kalia and Sarv, Inna and Nedeljković, Jasminka and Tahita, Marc C. and Tarnagda, Zekiba and Ouedraogo, Jean-Bosco and Gerasimova, A.G. and Moskaleva, T.N. and Tikhonova, Nina T. and Chitadze, Nazibrola and Forbi, J.C. and Faneye, Adedayo O. and Otegbayo, Jesse A. and Charpentier, Emilie and Muller, Claude P.",
year = "2009",
abstract = "Phylogenetic analysis of 166 human parvovirus B19 sequences from 11 different countries attributed 91.57% to genotype 1, 5.42% to genotype 3b, and 3.01% to genotype 3a. Very similar viruses of genotype 1 circulated widely in Europe and Israel. Genotype 3b seems to show an increasing spread outside of Africa.",
publisher = "Amer Soc Microbiology, Washington",
journal = "Journal of Clinical Microbiology",
title = "Phylogenetic Analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 Sequences from Eleven Different Countries Confirms the Predominance of Genotype 1 and Suggests the Spread of Genotype 3b",
pages = "3738-3735",
number = "11",
volume = "47",
doi = "10.1128/JCM.01201-09",
url = "conv_242"
}
Huebschen, J. M., Mihneva, Z., Mentis, A. F., Schneider, F., Aboudy, Y., Grossman, Z., Rudich, H., Kasymbekova, K., Sarv, I., Nedeljković, J., Tahita, M. C., Tarnagda, Z., Ouedraogo, J., Gerasimova, A.G., Moskaleva, T.N., Tikhonova, N. T., Chitadze, N., Forbi, J.C., Faneye, A. O., Otegbayo, J. A., Charpentier, E.,& Muller, C. P.. (2009). Phylogenetic Analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 Sequences from Eleven Different Countries Confirms the Predominance of Genotype 1 and Suggests the Spread of Genotype 3b. in Journal of Clinical Microbiology
Amer Soc Microbiology, Washington., 47(11), 3735-3738.
https://doi.org/10.1128/JCM.01201-09
conv_242
Huebschen JM, Mihneva Z, Mentis AF, Schneider F, Aboudy Y, Grossman Z, Rudich H, Kasymbekova K, Sarv I, Nedeljković J, Tahita MC, Tarnagda Z, Ouedraogo J, Gerasimova A, Moskaleva T, Tikhonova NT, Chitadze N, Forbi J, Faneye AO, Otegbayo JA, Charpentier E, Muller CP. Phylogenetic Analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 Sequences from Eleven Different Countries Confirms the Predominance of Genotype 1 and Suggests the Spread of Genotype 3b. in Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 2009;47(11):3735-3738.
doi:10.1128/JCM.01201-09
conv_242 .
Huebschen, Judith M., Mihneva, Zefira, Mentis, Andreas F., Schneider, Francois, Aboudy, Yair, Grossman, Zehava, Rudich, Hagit, Kasymbekova, Kalia, Sarv, Inna, Nedeljković, Jasminka, Tahita, Marc C., Tarnagda, Zekiba, Ouedraogo, Jean-Bosco, Gerasimova, A.G., Moskaleva, T.N., Tikhonova, Nina T., Chitadze, Nazibrola, Forbi, J.C., Faneye, Adedayo O., Otegbayo, Jesse A., Charpentier, Emilie, Muller, Claude P., "Phylogenetic Analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 Sequences from Eleven Different Countries Confirms the Predominance of Genotype 1 and Suggests the Spread of Genotype 3b" in Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 47, no. 11 (2009):3735-3738,
https://doi.org/10.1128/JCM.01201-09 .,
conv_242 .
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High genetic diversity of measles virus, World Health Organization European region, 2005-2006

Kremer, Jacques R.; Brown, Kevin E.; Jin, Li; Santibanez, Sabine; Shulga, Sergey V.; Aboudy, Yair; Demchyshyna, Irina V.; Đemileva, Sultana; Echevarria, Juan E.; Featherstone, David F.; Hukić, Mirsada; Johansen, Kari; Litwinska, Bogumila; Lopareva, Elena; Lupulescu, Emilia; Mentis, Andreas F.; Mihneva, Zefira; Mosquera, Maria M.; Muscat, Mark; Naumova, M.A.; Nedeljković, Jasminka; Nekrasova, Ljubov S.; Magurano, Fabio; Fortuna, Claudia; De Andrade, Helena Rebelo; Richard, Jean-Luc; Robo, Alma; Rota, Paul A.; Samoilovich, Elena O.; Sarv, Inna; Semeiko, Galina V.; Shugayev, Nazim; Utegenova, Elmira S.; van Binnendijk, Rob; Vinner, Lasse; Waku-Kouomou, Diane; Wild, Fabian T.; Brown, David W.G.; Mankertz, Annette; Muller, Claude P.; MuldersJJ, Mick N.

(Centers Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, 2008)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Kremer, Jacques R.
AU  - Brown, Kevin E.
AU  - Jin, Li
AU  - Santibanez, Sabine
AU  - Shulga, Sergey V.
AU  - Aboudy, Yair
AU  - Demchyshyna, Irina V.
AU  - Đemileva, Sultana
AU  - Echevarria, Juan E.
AU  - Featherstone, David F.
AU  - Hukić, Mirsada
AU  - Johansen, Kari
AU  - Litwinska, Bogumila
AU  - Lopareva, Elena
AU  - Lupulescu, Emilia
AU  - Mentis, Andreas F.
AU  - Mihneva, Zefira
AU  - Mosquera, Maria M.
AU  - Muscat, Mark
AU  - Naumova, M.A.
AU  - Nedeljković, Jasminka
AU  - Nekrasova, Ljubov S.
AU  - Magurano, Fabio
AU  - Fortuna, Claudia
AU  - De Andrade, Helena Rebelo
AU  - Richard, Jean-Luc
AU  - Robo, Alma
AU  - Rota, Paul A.
AU  - Samoilovich, Elena O.
AU  - Sarv, Inna
AU  - Semeiko, Galina V.
AU  - Shugayev, Nazim
AU  - Utegenova, Elmira S.
AU  - van Binnendijk, Rob
AU  - Vinner, Lasse
AU  - Waku-Kouomou, Diane
AU  - Wild, Fabian T.
AU  - Brown, David W.G.
AU  - Mankertz, Annette
AU  - Muller, Claude P.
AU  - MuldersJJ, Mick N.
PY  - 2008
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/249
AB  - During 2005-2006, nine measles virus (MV) genotypes were identified throughout the World Health Organization European Region. All major epidemics were associated with genotypes D4, D6, and B3. Other genotypes (B2, D5, D8, D9, G2, and H1) were only found in limited numbers of cases after importation from other continents. The genetic diversity of endemic D6 strains was low; genotypes C2 and D7, circulating in Europe until recent years, were no longer identified. The transmission chains of several indigenous MV strains may thus have been interrupted by enhanced vaccination. However, multiple importations from Africa and Asia and virus introduction into highly mobile and unvaccinated communities caused a massive spread of D4 and B3 strains throughout much of the region. Thus, despite the reduction of endemic MV circulation, importation of MV from other continents caused prolonged circulation and large outbreaks after their introduction into unvaccinated and highly mobile communities.
PB  - Centers  Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta
T2  - Emerging Infectious Diseases
T1  - High genetic diversity of measles virus, World Health Organization European region, 2005-2006
EP  - 114
IS  - 1
SP  - 107
VL  - 14
DO  - 10.3201/eid1401.070778
UR  - conv_204
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Kremer, Jacques R. and Brown, Kevin E. and Jin, Li and Santibanez, Sabine and Shulga, Sergey V. and Aboudy, Yair and Demchyshyna, Irina V. and Đemileva, Sultana and Echevarria, Juan E. and Featherstone, David F. and Hukić, Mirsada and Johansen, Kari and Litwinska, Bogumila and Lopareva, Elena and Lupulescu, Emilia and Mentis, Andreas F. and Mihneva, Zefira and Mosquera, Maria M. and Muscat, Mark and Naumova, M.A. and Nedeljković, Jasminka and Nekrasova, Ljubov S. and Magurano, Fabio and Fortuna, Claudia and De Andrade, Helena Rebelo and Richard, Jean-Luc and Robo, Alma and Rota, Paul A. and Samoilovich, Elena O. and Sarv, Inna and Semeiko, Galina V. and Shugayev, Nazim and Utegenova, Elmira S. and van Binnendijk, Rob and Vinner, Lasse and Waku-Kouomou, Diane and Wild, Fabian T. and Brown, David W.G. and Mankertz, Annette and Muller, Claude P. and MuldersJJ, Mick N.",
year = "2008",
abstract = "During 2005-2006, nine measles virus (MV) genotypes were identified throughout the World Health Organization European Region. All major epidemics were associated with genotypes D4, D6, and B3. Other genotypes (B2, D5, D8, D9, G2, and H1) were only found in limited numbers of cases after importation from other continents. The genetic diversity of endemic D6 strains was low; genotypes C2 and D7, circulating in Europe until recent years, were no longer identified. The transmission chains of several indigenous MV strains may thus have been interrupted by enhanced vaccination. However, multiple importations from Africa and Asia and virus introduction into highly mobile and unvaccinated communities caused a massive spread of D4 and B3 strains throughout much of the region. Thus, despite the reduction of endemic MV circulation, importation of MV from other continents caused prolonged circulation and large outbreaks after their introduction into unvaccinated and highly mobile communities.",
publisher = "Centers  Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta",
journal = "Emerging Infectious Diseases",
title = "High genetic diversity of measles virus, World Health Organization European region, 2005-2006",
pages = "114-107",
number = "1",
volume = "14",
doi = "10.3201/eid1401.070778",
url = "conv_204"
}
Kremer, J. R., Brown, K. E., Jin, L., Santibanez, S., Shulga, S. V., Aboudy, Y., Demchyshyna, I. V., Đemileva, S., Echevarria, J. E., Featherstone, D. F., Hukić, M., Johansen, K., Litwinska, B., Lopareva, E., Lupulescu, E., Mentis, A. F., Mihneva, Z., Mosquera, M. M., Muscat, M., Naumova, M.A., Nedeljković, J., Nekrasova, L. S., Magurano, F., Fortuna, C., De Andrade, H. R., Richard, J., Robo, A., Rota, P. A., Samoilovich, E. O., Sarv, I., Semeiko, G. V., Shugayev, N., Utegenova, E. S., van Binnendijk, R., Vinner, L., Waku-Kouomou, D., Wild, F. T., Brown, D. W.G., Mankertz, A., Muller, C. P.,& MuldersJJ, M. N.. (2008). High genetic diversity of measles virus, World Health Organization European region, 2005-2006. in Emerging Infectious Diseases
Centers  Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta., 14(1), 107-114.
https://doi.org/10.3201/eid1401.070778
conv_204
Kremer JR, Brown KE, Jin L, Santibanez S, Shulga SV, Aboudy Y, Demchyshyna IV, Đemileva S, Echevarria JE, Featherstone DF, Hukić M, Johansen K, Litwinska B, Lopareva E, Lupulescu E, Mentis AF, Mihneva Z, Mosquera MM, Muscat M, Naumova M, Nedeljković J, Nekrasova LS, Magurano F, Fortuna C, De Andrade HR, Richard J, Robo A, Rota PA, Samoilovich EO, Sarv I, Semeiko GV, Shugayev N, Utegenova ES, van Binnendijk R, Vinner L, Waku-Kouomou D, Wild FT, Brown DW, Mankertz A, Muller CP, MuldersJJ MN. High genetic diversity of measles virus, World Health Organization European region, 2005-2006. in Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2008;14(1):107-114.
doi:10.3201/eid1401.070778
conv_204 .
Kremer, Jacques R., Brown, Kevin E., Jin, Li, Santibanez, Sabine, Shulga, Sergey V., Aboudy, Yair, Demchyshyna, Irina V., Đemileva, Sultana, Echevarria, Juan E., Featherstone, David F., Hukić, Mirsada, Johansen, Kari, Litwinska, Bogumila, Lopareva, Elena, Lupulescu, Emilia, Mentis, Andreas F., Mihneva, Zefira, Mosquera, Maria M., Muscat, Mark, Naumova, M.A., Nedeljković, Jasminka, Nekrasova, Ljubov S., Magurano, Fabio, Fortuna, Claudia, De Andrade, Helena Rebelo, Richard, Jean-Luc, Robo, Alma, Rota, Paul A., Samoilovich, Elena O., Sarv, Inna, Semeiko, Galina V., Shugayev, Nazim, Utegenova, Elmira S., van Binnendijk, Rob, Vinner, Lasse, Waku-Kouomou, Diane, Wild, Fabian T., Brown, David W.G., Mankertz, Annette, Muller, Claude P., MuldersJJ, Mick N., "High genetic diversity of measles virus, World Health Organization European region, 2005-2006" in Emerging Infectious Diseases, 14, no. 1 (2008):107-114,
https://doi.org/10.3201/eid1401.070778 .,
conv_204 .
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