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Among the known human rotavirus serotypes, types G1-G4 are ubiquitous and account for >80 % of global human rotavirus strains. Since 1994 an increase in reports of G9 serotype isolates has been observed in both developed and developing countries. In the winter season of 1999-2000 we detected the appearance of G9 rotavirus in Palermo, Italy, accounting for 19 % of all rotaviruses circulating in our geographical area. Some of these Italian G9 isolates have been submitted to partial sequencing ofdoi:10.1017/s0950268803001602 pmid:15061510 fatcat:6vpehjqkdvandlk743gpgk5j2e