Human parechoviruses are frequently detected in stool of healthy Finnish children

Journal of Clinical Virology, 03/27/2012

HPeV is a common virus infecting Finnish children under 2 years of age. HPeVs circulate throughout the year with clear accumulation on autumn, also seen in individual years over the 11–year study period. The virus deserves increased attention and should be included in the test panel of clinical virus laboratories.

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