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  • noun Plural form of poliovirus.

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  • He returned to the study of polioviruses in 1939, following a very severe outbreak of poliomyelitis in Australia.

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  • Within this family are several genera (subgroups of viruses with similar properties that have specific names) including polioviruses, coxsackieviruses (two groups, A and B), echoviruses and enteroviruses (a specific name, as opposed to the general description above).

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  • The subject of this Fact Sheet is the non-polioviruses in the latter four genera.

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  • Vaccine-derived polioviruses can emerge on rare occasions in under-immunised populations, when the attenuated virus contained in a vaccine mutates and recombines with other viruses, to create a circulating vaccine-derived strain.

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  • Vaccine-derived polioviruses can emerge on rare occasions in under-immunised populations, when the attenuated virus contained in a vaccine mutates and recombines with other viruses, to create a circulating vaccine-derived strain.

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  • The research shows that it is even more effective against cVDPV than against the wild-type polioviruses that are currently circulating, which can also be targeted with a different vaccine.

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  • The research shows that it is even more effective against cVDPV than against the wild-type polioviruses that are currently circulating, which can also be targeted with a different vaccine.

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  • So, these scientists were concerned Glaxo (maker of Rotarix) had an industry-wide contaminant going, so they checked another vaccine from Glaxo, Pediarix, that contains "diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis bacteria, hepatitis B and killed polioviruses."

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  • This means that they should be subject to the same outbreak response measures as wild polioviruses.

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  • This means that they should be subject to the same outbreak response measures as wild polioviruses.

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