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Acute respiratory viruses

Acute respiratory viruses cause substantial morbidity and mortality worldwide. Most respiratory viral infections induce selflimiting disease. However, the disease range can vary from common cold, croup, and bronchiolitis to pneumonia, with an array of possible etiological agents, such as parainfluenza, influenza, RSV, adenovirus, rhinovirus, bocavirus, human metapneumovirus and coronavirus. Coronaviruses are responsible for a broad spectrum of diseases, including respiratory and enteric illnesses, in humans and animals. Human coronaviruses were identified as the cause of acute respiratory tract disease in the early 1960’s, but their correlation with mild respiratory tract infection outweighed the importance of severe forms of the infection. The emergence of SARS-CoV in humans in 2003 increased scientific interest in CoVs and emphasized the ability of highly pathogenic CoVs, most importantly those of animal origin, to infect humans. Consequently the importance of monitoring circulating coronavirus strains in humans has been reemphasized with the emergence of SARS and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome CoV in human

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