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 Category:Virology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The main article for this category is Virology.
Virology is the study of viruses and their properties.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Virology   (73 words)

  
 Transfer, Incorporation, and Substitution of Envelope Fusion Proteins among Members of the Baculoviridae, Orthomyxoviridae, and Metaviridae (Insect Retrovirus) Families -- Pearson and Rohrmann 76 (11): 5301 -- The Journal of Virology
Below each viral family are listed the genera in the family, and below that is shown the category of the envelope fusion protein.
The category encompassing baculovirus LD130, SE8, OP21, AC23, etc., is called the F protein group in accordance with the convention of Westenberg et al.
for a homolog of ld130, se8, from a multinucleocapsid NPV of
intl-jvi.asm.org /cgi/content/full/76/11/5301   (73 words)

  
 Suppressive effects of human herpesvirus-6 on thrombopoietin-inducible megakaryocytic colony formation in vitro -- Isomura et al. 81 (3): 663 -- Journal of General Virology
Colonies that did not fit the category were classified as non-CFU-Meg
Numbers of CFU-Meg (filled bars, colonies consisting of 50 or more cells; open bars, colony consisting of fewer than 50 cells) and non-CFU-Meg colonies (shaded bars) after 10 days of incubation in semi-solid matrices containing 50 ng/ml TPO.
Numbers of CFU-Meg (filled bars, colonies consisting of 50 or more cells; open bars, colony consisting of fewer than 50 cells) and non-CFU-Meg colonies (shaded bars) after infection with intact or heat-inactivated HHV-6 at an m.o.i.
vir.sgmjournals.org /cgi/content/full/81/3/663   (73 words)

  
 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net
'''HA''' may mean: *Hawaiian Holdings Inc., formerly Hawaiian Airlines *Domotics, from ''home automation'' *A representation of laughter *MTV Network's '''HA!''' comedy channel, one of the precursors to Comedy Central *In Biology or more specific in Virology it means Hemagglutination assay See also: Ha {{disambig}} Category:Lists of two-letter combinations
'''Ha''' or '''ha''' can mean: *Kha Ha, a letter of Cyrillic alphabet *Ha, Bhutan *Ha (mythology) Ha, a minor deity in Egyptian mythology *'''Ha''', former symbol for element 105, first called hahnium (Ha), later unnilpentium (Unp), now dubnium (Db) *hectare ('''ha'''), unit of surface area.
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article HA.
www.mauspfeil.net /ha.html   (150 words)

  
 Outbreak of Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever, Uganda, August 2000 - January 2001 - CCDR Volume 27-06
The clinical suspicion of hemorrhagic fever was confirmed on 15 October, when the National Institute of Virology, Johannesburg (South Africa) identified Ebola virus infection among specimens from a cluster of cases including student nurses at St. Mary's hospital.
The "alert" category was restricted to community use for notification to mobile teams, peripheral health units, private clinics and pharmacies, of individuals with sudden onset of high fever, sudden death, or any hemorrhagic signs.
Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a viral hemorrhagic fever associated with infection with any three of the four members of the genus Ebola virus in the family Filoviridae.
www.hc-sc.gc.ca /pphb-dgspsp/publicat/ccdr-rmtc/01vol27/dr2706eb.html   (150 words)

  
 vst ::: reviews :: visions on the future of veterinary virology
It may remain obscure into which category a particular virus fits, and one may safely assume that there are many viruses out there, which have not (yet) been recognized as disease agents.
New viruses can be assigned to two categories at least: (i) newly evolved ones, like the influenza virus H5N1 Hong Kong [22] or the porcine respiratory coronavirus (PRCV) [14, 19], and (ii) newly discovered ones, like the Australian bat lyssavirus [10], the porcine circoviruses type 1 [28, 29] and type 2 [2], or Nipahvirus [5].
www.vetscite.org /issue1/reviews/acker_2_0800.htm   (150 words)

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