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Adverse Occurrence type: 
MPHO Type: 
Time to detection: 
2 weeks
Alerting signals, symptoms, evidence of occurrence: 
Brief episode of fever, vomiting and diarrhea 2 weeks posttransplant.
Demonstration of imputability or root cause: 
All sequenced EV PCR products from the donor and two recipients were identified as CVB3. Of the circulating EV strains that were sequenced in the same year, CVB3 accounted only for 8.7% of strains (10 out of 115 EV strains). In order to demonstrate the molecular relatedness of the CVB3 strains from the donor and the two recipients, a phylogenetic analysis compared these strains with all sequenced CVB3 strains from 2008–2013 (Figure 1). The CVB3 strains isolated from the donor and the two recipients were genetically identical and distinct from other circulating CVB3 strains.
Imputability grade: 
3 Definite/Certain/Proven
Suggest new keywords: 
Enterovirus missing among viruses taxonomy
Suggest references: 
Abbott IJ, Papadakis G, Kaye M, et al. Laboratory identification of donor-derived coxsackievirus b3 transmission. Am J Transplant. 2015 Feb;15(2):555-9
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