His main research concerns Norovirus, Virology, Outbreak, Caliciviridae and Genotype. His Norovirus research includes elements of Molecular epidemiology, Epidemiology and Disease. The various areas that he examines in his Epidemiology study include Prospective cohort study, Cohort study, Incidence and Diarrhea.
His studies deal with areas such as Genetics, Polymerase chain reaction and Microbiology as well as Virology. His work deals with themes such as Transmission, Public health and Environmental health, which intersect with Outbreak. His work carried out in the field of Genotype brings together such families of science as Pyrosequencing, RNA polymerase and Acute gastroenteritis.
Jan Vinjé mainly investigates Norovirus, Virology, Outbreak, Genotype and Virus. He has researched Norovirus in several fields, including Internal medicine, Epidemiology, Diarrhea, Rotavirus and Acute gastroenteritis. His Rotavirus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pediatrics and Etiology.
While the research belongs to areas of Virology, he spends his time largely on the problem of Microbiology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Murine norovirus. The concepts of his Outbreak study are interwoven with issues in Environmental health, Transmission, Veterinary medicine, Disease and Public health. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Typing and Polymerase chain reaction.
Jan Vinjé focuses on Norovirus, Virology, Acute gastroenteritis, Genotype and Sapovirus. His Norovirus research is within the category of Outbreak. His studies deal with areas such as Immunoassay, Saliva testing, Serology and Childhood age as well as Virology.
Jan Vinjé has included themes like Molecular epidemiology and Viral rna in his Acute gastroenteritis study. The Genotype study combines topics in areas such as Genetic diversity and Polymerase chain reaction. His Sapovirus research includes themes of Astrovirus, Genome, Caliciviridae, Typing and Pediatrics.
His primary areas of investigation include Norovirus, Genotype, Virology, Genome and Sapovirus. Norovirus is a subfield of Outbreak that Jan Vinjé studies. His Genotype research incorporates elements of Saliva testing and Polymerase chain reaction.
His study in the field of Acute gastroenteritis is also linked to topics like Assay sensitivity. In his research, Phylogenetic tree, Typing, Illumina miseq and Whole genome sequencing is intimately related to Computational biology, which falls under the overarching field of Genome. His study in Sapovirus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Astrovirus, Caliciviridae, Vesivirus and Rotavirus vaccine.
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Systematic literature review of role of noroviruses in sporadic gastroenteritis.
Manish M. Patel;Marc-Alain Widdowson;Roger I. Glass;Kenichiro Akazawa.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2008)
Noroviruses: a comprehensive review.
Manish M. Patel;Aron J. Hall;Jan Vinjé;Umesh D. Parashar.
Journal of Clinical Virology (2009)
Norovirus Illness Is a Global Problem: Emergence and Spread of Norovirus GII.4 Variants, 2001–2007
J. Joukje Siebenga;Harry Vennema;Du-Ping Zheng;Jan Vinjé.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2009)
Enteric bacteria promote human and mouse norovirus infection of B cells.
Melissa K. Jones;Makiko Watanabe;Shu Zhu;Christina L. Graves.
Advances in Laboratory Methods for Detection and Typing of Norovirus
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2015)
Sensor, a population-based cohort study on gastroenteritis in the Netherlands: incidence and etiology.
M. A. S. de Wit;M. P. G. Koopmans;L. M. Kortbeek;W. J. B. Wannet.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2001)
An automated genotyping tool for enteroviruses and noroviruses
A. Kroneman;Harry Vennema;K. Deforche;Harrie van der Avoort.
Journal of Clinical Virology (2011)
Norovirus and Medically Attended Gastroenteritis in U.S. Children
Daniel C. Payne;Jan Vinjé;Peter G. Szilagyi;Kathryn M. Edwards.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2013)
Mechanisms of GII.4 Norovirus Persistence in Human Populations
Lisa C. Lindesmith;Eric F. Donaldson;Anna D. LoBue;Jennifer L. Cannon;Jennifer L. Cannon.
PLOS Medicine (2008)
Natural history of human calicivirus infection: a prospective cohort study.
Barry Rockx;Matty de Wit;Harry Vennema;Jan Vinjé.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2002)
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