Vigilância epidemiológica: parvovirus B19 genótipo 1
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parvovirus humano B19
epidemiologia molecular
seqüência do nucleotídeo
erythrovirus
eritema infeccioso

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Oliveira MI de, Afonso AMS, Figueiredo CA, Yu ALF, Curti SP. Vigilância epidemiológica: parvovirus B19 genótipo 1. Rev Inst Adolfo Lutz [Internet]. 1º de janeiro de 2008 [citado 25º de julho de 2024];67(1):69-72. Disponível em: https://periodicos.saude.sp.gov.br/RIAL/article/view/32793

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O parvovirus humano B19 foi isolado e caracterizado de amostra clínica de um paciente, infectado no Japão, e que apresentou os sintomas de febre e erupção cutânea após sua chegada ao Brasil. A infecção por parvovírus foi confirmada por meio de seguintes ensaios: Elisa para detecção de anticorpos IgM antiparvovirus B19 e técnica de polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Um fragmento da região NS1-VP1 foi diretamente submetido ao seqüenciamento do nucleotídeo. A análise filogenética parcial do B19, frente às várias seqüências disponíveis no GenBank, indicou que PV B19 isolado correspondeu ao genótipo 1.

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