Meaning of rotavirus

ro•ta•vi•rus

Pronunciation: (rō'tu-vī"rus), [key]
— pl. -rus•es.
  1. a double-stranded RNA virus of the genus Rotavirus, family Reoviridae, that is a major cause of infant diarrhea.
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