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Specific Viruses Detected in Nigerian Children in Association with Acute Respiratory Disease – 1. Introduction

Feline bocavirus-1 associated with outbreaks of hemorrhagic enteritis in household cats: potential first evidence of a pathological role, viral tropism and natural genetic recombination – Postmortem examination and histopathology

Viral aetiology of acute respiratory infections among children and associated meteorological factors in southern China – Background

An eight-year epidemiologic study based on baculovirus-expressed type-specific spike proteins for the differentiation of type I and II feline coronavirus infections – Background

Viral and Atypical Bacterial Etiology of Acute Respiratory Infections in Children under 5 Years Old Living in a Rural Tropical Area of Madagascar – Introduction

The Emergence of Human Coronavirus EMC: How Scared Should We Be? – Commentary

Feline bocavirus-1 associated with outbreaks of hemorrhagic enteritis in household cats: potential first evidence of a pathological role, viral tropism and natural genetic recombination – Clinical findings

Molecular mechanisms of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) – Clinical picture of SARS

Is respiratory viral infection really an important trigger of asthma exacerbations in children? – Introduction

Is respiratory viral infection really an important trigger of asthma exacerbations in children? – Design and subjects

Viral and Atypical Bacterial Etiology of Acute Respiratory Infections in Children under 5 Years Old Living in a Rural Tropical Area of Madagascar – Ethics statement

Molecular mechanisms of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) – Etiology

Specific Viruses Detected in Nigerian Children in Association with Acute Respiratory Disease – 3. Results

An eight-year epidemiologic study based on baculovirus-expressed type-specific spike proteins for the differentiation of type I and II feline coronavirus infections – Viruses and cells

Human Respiratory Coronaviruses Detected In Patients with Influenza-Like Illness in Arkansas, USA – Introduction

Viral aetiology of acute respiratory infections among children and associated meteorological factors in southern China – Clinical significance of viral positivity

Distribution of sialic acid receptors and influenza A virus of avian and swine origin in experimentally infected pigs – Background

Essential oil of Artemisia vestita exhibits potent in vitro and in vivo antibacterial activity: Investigation of the effect of oil on biofilm formation, leakage of potassium ions and survival curve measurement – Introduction

LeishVet update and recommendations on feline leishmaniosis – Clinical presentation

Prevalence of Respiratory Viral Infections in Korean Adult Asthmatics With Acute Exacerbations: Comparison With Those With Stable State – INTRODUCTION

Distinct transcriptional modules in the peripheral blood mononuclear cells response to human respiratory syncytial virus or to human rhinovirus in hospitalized infants with bronchiolitis – Introduction

Prevalence of Respiratory Viral Infections in Korean Adult Asthmatics With Acute Exacerbations: Comparison With Those With Stable State – DISCUSSION

The Emergence of Human Coronavirus EMC: How Scared Should We Be? – CHARACTERIZATION OF HCoV-EMC IN PRIMARY HUMAN RESPIRATORY EPITHELIAL CELL CULTURE

Human Respiratory Coronaviruses Detected In Patients with Influenza-Like Illness in Arkansas, USA – Other respiratory viruses

Type I feline coronavirus spike glycoprotein fails to recognize aminopeptidase N as a functional receptor on feline cell lines – INTRODUCTION