The latest detection was at the age of 8 months. We conclude that asymptomatic long-time shedding of RotaTeq viruses is not uncommon, and is particularly associated with genotype G1.
This final rule adds intussusception to the Vaccine Injury Table under the category of rotavirus vaccines.
Nevertheless, the rotavirus strain we identified appears to be and unusual reassortant containing equine, human, simian, and bovine rotavirus genes. Further study of this and other unusual reassortant rotaviruses may lead to insight on rotavirus evolution. Continued surveillance is critical for assessing whether unusual genotypes of rotavirus become more prevalent after the implementation of rotavirus vaccination
These finding will help better define the potential for horizontal transmission of vaccine virus among immunocompromised household contacts of vaccinated infants for future studies