The greatest benefit appears to be in detecting rhinoviruses, coronaviruses , and parainfluenza viruses.
any of a group of RNA viruses that cause a variety of diseases in humans and other animals.
Another possibility is that the human 'coronavirus' acquired genes from another, more virulent virus.
SARs is believed to be a type of RNA virus called a 'coronavirus' .
Alternatively, it may have derived from one or more unidentified animal 'coronaviruses' that only recently mutated or recombined to create a human pathogen, he says.
The greatest benefit appears to be in detecting rhinoviruses, 'coronaviruses' , and parainfluenza viruses.
The most frequently observed viruses were rhinoviruses followed by 'coronaviruses' and respiratory syncytial virus.
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