His primary areas of investigation include Rotavirus, Virology, Reoviridae, Diarrhea and Genotype. His Rotavirus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Immunization, Pediatrics and Vaccination. His Virology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Molecular epidemiology, Typing and Strain.
His studies deal with areas such as Viral disease and Feces as well as Reoviridae. The study incorporates disciplines such as Asymptomatic and Case-control study in addition to Diarrhea. His Genotype course of study focuses on Sequence analysis and Hybridization probe.
Jon R. Gentsch focuses on Rotavirus, Virology, Reoviridae, Genotype and Diarrhea. His research integrates issues of Serotype, Pediatrics and Vaccination in his study of Rotavirus. The various areas that Jon R. Gentsch examines in his Virology study include Genetics, Gene, Strain and Microbiology.
In his study, Incidence and El Niño is strongly linked to Epidemiology, which falls under the umbrella field of Reoviridae. Jon R. Gentsch combines subjects such as Phylogenetics, Sequence analysis and Phylogenetic tree with his study of Genotype. His work in Diarrhea addresses issues such as Immunology, which are connected to fields such as Internal medicine and Adverse effect.
His primary scientific interests are in Rotavirus, Virology, Genotype, Rotavirus vaccine and Diarrhea. His Rotavirus research incorporates elements of Immunization, Pediatrics and Vaccination. His Rotavirus Infections study, which is part of a larger body of work in Virology, is frequently linked to Reassortment, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reoviridae, Phylogenetics and Phylogenetic tree. His Rotavirus vaccine research includes themes of Feces, Case-control study, Antigen, Global health and Acute gastroenteritis. As part of his studies on Diarrhea, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Childhood immunization.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Rotavirus, Rotavirus vaccine, Virology, Vaccination and Pediatrics. Jon R. Gentsch interconnects Immunization and Genotype in the investigation of issues within Rotavirus. His work in the fields of Genotype, such as Molecular epidemiology, intersects with other areas such as Nomenclature.
His Virology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Genetics and Strain. Jon R. Gentsch works mostly in the field of Vaccination, limiting it down to concerns involving Feces and, occasionally, Horizontal transmission and Viral shedding. Jon R. Gentsch is interested in Reoviridae, which is a field of Virus.
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Identification of group A rotavirus gene 4 types by polymerase chain reaction.
J R Gentsch;R I Glass;P Woods;V Gouvea.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (1992)
Uniformity of rotavirus strain nomenclature proposed by the Rotavirus Classification Working Group (RCWG).
Jelle Matthijnssens;Max Ciarlet;Sarah M. McDonald;Houssam Attoui.
Archives of Virology (2011)
Serotype diversity and reassortment between human and animal rotavirus strains: implications for rotavirus vaccine programs.
Jon R. Gentsch;Ashley R. Laird;Brittany Bielfelt;Dixie D. Griffin.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2005)
Recommendations for the classification of group A rotaviruses using all 11 genomic RNA segments.
Jelle Matthijnssens;Max Ciarlet;Mustafizur Rahman;Mustafizur Rahman;Houssam Attoui.
Archives of Virology (2008)
Rotavirus vaccines: current prospects and future challenges
Roger I Glass;Umesh D Parashar;Joseph S Bresee;Reina Turcios.
The Lancet (2006)
Characterization of rotavirus strains from newborns in New Delhi, India.
B K Das;J R Gentsch;H G Cicirello;P A Woods.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (1994)
Review Of G And P Typing Results From A Global Collection Of Rotavirus Strains: Implications For Vaccine Development
J. R. Gentsch;P. A. Woods;M. Ramachandran;B. K. Das.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (1996)
Systematic review of regional and temporal trends in global rotavirus strain diversity in the pre rotavirus vaccine era: insights for understanding the impact of rotavirus vaccination programs
Krisztián Bányai;Brigitta László;Brigitta László;Jazmin Duque;A. Duncan Steele.
Detection and differentiation of antigenically distinct small round-structured viruses (Norwalk-like viruses) by reverse transcription-PCR and southern hybridization.
T. Ando;S. S. Monroe;J. R. Gentsch;Qi Jin.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (1995)
The epidemiology of rotavirus diarrhea in the United States: surveillance and estimates of disease burden.
Roger I. Glass;Paul E. Kilgore;Robert C. Holman;Shaoxiong Jin.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (1996)
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