Rotavirus can be detected in the serum of mice and children and causes biliary atresia in neonatal mice. Approaches to re-examine whether rotavirus causes biliary atresia in children are discussed based on concepts from the mouse model of biliary atresia and rotavirus vaccination programs.
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