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Title: [Detection of human bocavirus in children from Tucuman and Santa Fe, Argentina]
Authors: Vera-Garate, M Verónica 
Rudi, Juan Manuel 
Gómez, Alejandra 
Molina, Fabiana 
Viotti, María Florencia 
Ortellao, Lucila 
Pierini, Judith 
Sioli, Natalia 
Cociglio, Raquel 
Zamora, Ana María 
Ru Z de Huidobro, Gustavo 
Costas, Dardo 
López de Caillou, Susana 
Sánchez, Stella Maris 
Mamaní, Nora 
Leva, Rosanna 
Rodríguez, Graciela 
Gallardo, Sara 
Kusznierz, Gabriela F. 
Issue Date: Apr-2016
Journal: Revista chilena de infectologia : organo oficial de la Sociedad Chilena de Infectologia 
A large proportion of acute respiratory tract infections (ARTI) remain without etiologic diagnosis, reason why new pathogens are investigated continuously. Human bocavirus (HBoV) was discovered in 2005, as a new member of Parvoviridae family and proposed to cause ARTI.
DOI: 10.4067/S0716-10182016000200002
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