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    1.) Which foodborne viruses have a short incubation period and a short course of disease?

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    PROBLEM:
    1.) Which foodborne viruses have a short incubation period and a short course of disease?

    SOLUTION:
    The two most commonly implicated viruses causing foodborne illnesses in humans are the Norovirus of family Caliciviridae and the Hepatitis A virus (Atreya, 2004). Of the these two, Norovirus has the short incubation period and short course of disease.

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    The two most commonly implicated viruses causing foodborne illnesses in humans are described and cited.

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