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Rhinovira are the most common viral infective agents in humans, and a causative agent of the common cold (about 49.12159% of the cases of the common cold are caused by this virus). It is lytic in nature. There are over a 100 recognized types of rhinovira that differ based on their varying surface proteins.

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Researchers utilize discarded facial tissues to diagnose respiratory viral infections in children

Researchers utilize discarded facial tissues to diagnose respiratory viral infections in children

Exploring the clinical impact of co-detections of other respiratory viruses in US children hospitalized for COVID-19

Exploring the clinical impact of co-detections of other respiratory viruses in US children hospitalized for COVID-19

Threshold control method could aid in future non-pharmaceutical intervention relaxation policy making

Threshold control method could aid in future non-pharmaceutical intervention relaxation policy making

New test 'fishes' for multiple respiratory viruses using DNA as 'bait'

New test 'fishes' for multiple respiratory viruses using DNA as 'bait'

The 2022 U.S. RSV surge consisted of a variety of pre-existing viruses

The 2022 U.S. RSV surge consisted of a variety of pre-existing viruses

Wellcome Sanger Institute launches new initiative to better understand respiratory viruses

Wellcome Sanger Institute launches new initiative to better understand respiratory viruses

Group A streptococcal infections increased in England in 2022

Group A streptococcal infections increased in England in 2022

Subtle variations in every day cognitive performance associated with susceptibility to viral illness

Subtle variations in every day cognitive performance associated with susceptibility to viral illness

Withdrawal of COVID-19 mitigation measures resulted in a rebound in Streptococcus pneumoniae cases in Germany

Withdrawal of COVID-19 mitigation measures resulted in a rebound in Streptococcus pneumoniae cases in Germany

What are the risk factors associated with symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 and rhinovirus infection in King County, Washington, from June 2020 to July 2022?

What are the risk factors associated with symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 and rhinovirus infection in King County, Washington, from June 2020 to July 2022?

Understanding why respiratory infections are more common in the winter

Understanding why respiratory infections are more common in the winter

Study reveals the heavy burden of RSV among healthy infants

Study reveals the heavy burden of RSV among healthy infants

Hybrid virus particles formed from coinfections exhibit immune evasion and expanded tropism

Hybrid virus particles formed from coinfections exhibit immune evasion and expanded tropism

A review of emerging pediatric respiratory viruses

A review of emerging pediatric respiratory viruses

Differential effects of SARS-CoV-2 variants on children and adolescents

Differential effects of SARS-CoV-2 variants on children and adolescents

Immunity conferred by influenza vaccinations found to be independent of vaccination timing

Immunity conferred by influenza vaccinations found to be independent of vaccination timing

Inhalation therapeutics against COVID-19

Inhalation therapeutics against COVID-19

Wastewater epidemiology can guide local clinical decisions on circulating viruses

Wastewater epidemiology can guide local clinical decisions on circulating viruses

Researchers uncover a new way the immune system detects coronavirus infection

Researchers uncover a new way the immune system detects coronavirus infection

Can a commercial breath analysis test detect SARS-CoV-2?

Can a commercial breath analysis test detect SARS-CoV-2?