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Introduction: Rubivirus

Description of Rubivirus

Rubivirus: man is the only known vertebrate host; spread principally by aerosolization, but congenital transmission can occur; contains only one recognized species, Rubella virus.
Source: CRISP

Rubivirus: A genus of the family TOGAVIRIDAE containing only one recognized species, RUBELLA VIRUS. Transmission is primarily by aerosolization.
Source: MeSH 2007

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