Further reading

Ando T, Mulders MN, Lewis DC et al (1994) Comparison of the polymerase region of small round structured virus strains previously classified in three antigenic types by solid phase immune electron microscopy. Archives of Virology 135: 217-226. Bradley DW (1990) Enterically-transmitted non-A, non-B

hepatitis. British Medical Bulletin 46: 442-461. Carter MJ and Cubitt WD (1995) Norwalk and related viruses. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 8: 403^109.

Carter MJ, Milton ID and Madeley CR (1991) Caliciviruses. Reviews of Medical Virology 1: 177-186. Cubitt WD (1989) Diagnosis, occurrence and clinical significance of the human candidate caliciviruses. Progress in Medical Virology 36: 103-119.

Cubitt WD (1995) Caliciviruses. In: Kapikian AZ (ed) Viral infections of the Gastrointestinal Tract, pp 549-568. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Gaskell RM and Dawson S (1994) Viral-induced upper respiratory tract disease. In: Chandler F.A, Gaskell CJ and Gaskell RM (eds) Feline Medicine and Therapeutics, 2nd edn, pp 453-472. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

Graham DY, Jiang X, Tanaka T et al (1994) Norwalk virus infection of volunteers: new insights based on improved assays, journal of Infectious Diseases 170: 34-43.

Gray JJ, Cunliffe C, Ball J et al (1994) Detection of immunoglobulin M (IgM), IgA and IgG Norwalk virus-specific antibodies by indirect enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay with baculovirus-associated Norwalk virus capsid antigen in adult volunteers challenged with Norwalk virus, journal of Clinical Microbiology 32: 3059-3063.

Johnson RP (1992) Antigenic change in feline calicivirus during persistent infection. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research 56: 326-330.

Kapikian AZ, Estes MK and Chanock RM (1996) Norwalk group of viruses. In: Fields BN, Kneipe PM, Howley PM et al (eds) Fields Virology (3rd edn), pp 783-810. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven.

Lambden PR, Caul EO, Ashley CR et al (1994) Human enteric caliciviruses are genetically distinct from small round structured viruses. Lancet 343: 666-667.

Neill JD, Meyer RF and Seal BS (1995) Genetic relatedness of the caliciviruses - San Miguel sealion and vesicular exanthema of swine viruses constitute a single genotype within the caliciviridae. Journal of Virology 69: 4484-4488.

Parrino TA, Schrieber DS, Trier JS et al (1977) Clinical immunity in acute gastroenteritis caused by Norwalk agent. New England Journal of Medicine 96: 756-761.

Prasad BV, Rothnagel R, Jiang X et al (1994) Three-dimensional structure of baculovirus-expressed Norwalk virus capsids. Journal of Virology 68: 5117-5125.

Seal BS (1994) Analysis of capsid protein gene variation among divergent isolates of feline calicivirus. Virus Research 33: 39-53.

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