AbstractAstroviruses are a major cause of diarrhea in the young, elderly, and the immunocompromised. Since the discovery of human astrovirus type 1 (HAstV-1) in 1975, the family Astroviridae has expanded to include two more human clades and numerous mammalian and avian-specific genotypes. Despite this, there is still little known about pathogenesis. The following review highlights the current knowledge of astrovirus pathogenesis, and outlines the critical steps needed to further astrovirus research, including the development of animal models of cell culture systems. View Full-Text
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Johnson, C.; Hargest, V.; Cortez, V.; Meliopoulos, V.A.; Schultz-Cherry, S. Astrovirus Pathogenesis. Viruses 2017, 9, 22.
Johnson C, Hargest V, Cortez V, Meliopoulos VA, Schultz-Cherry S. Astrovirus Pathogenesis. Viruses. 2017; 9(1):22.Chicago/Turabian Style
Johnson, Cydney; Hargest, Virginia; Cortez, Valerie; Meliopoulos, Victoria A.; Schultz-Cherry, Stacey. 2017. "Astrovirus Pathogenesis." Viruses 9, no. 1: 22.
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