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Rhinoviruses and coronaviruses - virological aspects of their role in causing colds in man



Rhinoviruses and coronaviruses - virological aspects of their role in causing colds in man



European Journal of Respiratory Diseases. Supplement 128: 332-335



Rhinoviruses are picornaviruses that cause colds. They are naturally temperature sensitive and highly adapted to grow in respiratory epithelium. Coronaviruses are structurally quite different, being enveloped viruses but are also adapted to grow in respiratory epithelium and also cause colds.

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