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Zusammenfassung

Die Reoviren gehören trotz eingehender Untersuchungen in den letzten Jahren immer noch berechtigterweise zu den orphan viruses; eine klare Zuordnung klinischer Krankheitsbilder bei nachgewiesenen Reovirus-Infektionen bereitet große Schwierigkeiten. Reoviren konnten aus Stühlen, gelegentlich auch aus Rachenspülwasser von Kindern ohne Krankheitszeichen oder mit leichtem Fieber, Rhinitis oder durchfallartiger Erkrankung isoliert werden; darüber hinaus sind natürliche Infektionen bei einer Reihe von Tierspezies bekannt. Der Name Reoviren wurde von Sabin [37] gewählt, um die Assoziation dieser Virusgruppe mit den Viren des Respirationstraktes einerseits und des Darmtraktes andererseits hervorzuheben.

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