Keywords: aetiology, autoantibody, prospective, rotavirus, Type 1 diabetes mellitus of the infections are mild or subclinical in older children and adults.
The rotavirus (RV) vaccine could have a surprising off-target effect: protecting against type 1 diabetes. New cases of the autoimmune condition.
A recent decrease in the incidence of type 1 diabetes in Australian children may be linked to the introduction of a routine vaccine against.
Murine rotaviruses and the rhesus monkey rotavirus strain RRV induce diarrhea in infant mice and infect intestinal cells without causing disease in adults.
Pancreatic islet autoimmunity leading to type 1 diabetes could be triggered by of Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Is Not Associated With Islet Autoimmunity.