Nasty stomach viruses can travel in packs

In mice, rotavirus and norovirus clumps caused more severe infections than viruses working solo

illustration of viruses in vesicles

THE ENEMY WITHIN Some rotaviruses and noroviruses will clump together in vesicles, as shown in this illustration, to invade a body and cause infection.


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