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Coxsackie-Virus-Krankheiten

  • E. Rossi
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Der Begriff der Coxsackieviren umfaßt eine Gruppe von Enteroviren, die 1948 zum ersten Mal von Dalldorf und Sickles aus Stuhlproben zweier Kinder mit spinaler Kinderlähmung isoliert wurden. Der Name stammt daher, daß die Erstisolierung in der kleinen Stadt Coxsackie, am unteren Hudson (USA), erfolgte. Typisch für diese Viren ist vor allem die selektive Pathogenität für Mäusesäuglinge (bzw. ganz allgemein für Nagetiere im Säuglingsalter). Pathologisch-anatomisch zeigen die Versuchstiere hauptsächlich degenerative Muskelveränderungen, vor allem Nekrosen ohne entzündliche Komponente.

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  • E. Rossi
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  1. 1.BernSchweiz

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