Coxsackie virus

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Synonyms for Coxsackie virus

enterovirus causing a disease resembling poliomyelitis but without paralysis

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We used 10-fold dilutions of a plasmid, consisting of a 284-bp region of the coxsackie B5 virus cloned into the pCRII TOPO vector (Invitrogen), to generate a calibration curve to quantify an enterovirus-positive control.
Attributed causes include direct infection by HIV-1 with or without myocarditis, effects of circulating or systemic toxins (tumor necrosis factor alpha, endothelian-1 and transforming growth factor [TGF]), infection of the heart by opportunistic pathogens (CMV, EBV, coxsackie, adenovirus, leptospira and toxoplasmosis etc.
40, 41 Dilated cardiomyopathy Coxsackie virus, other 42 enteroviruses Chronic Neurological diseases Multiple sclerosis Various infectious 43-45 agents ?
Now British researchers have discovered that diabetics and healthy people react very differently to a virus coxsackie B4 (CVB4).
Physicians should suspect a higher risk of cardiac anomalies in women with metabolic disorders such as diabetes mellitus or phenylketonuria; exposure to a known cardiac teratogen such as alcohol, anticonvulsants, retinoic acid, or lithium; exposure to viral teratogens such as rubella, parvovirus, or Coxsackie virus; or maternal autoantibodies as in lupus erythematosus or Sjobgren's syndrome.
It was a virulent strain of coxsackievirus--named after Coxsackie, New York, where it was first isolated.
The more superficial differentiated layers act as a barrier to infection of underlying layers due to differing expression of the human coxsackie and adenovirus receptor (hCAR).
Potash stated, "This cell line, which is extremely sensitive and susceptible to a wide range of human pathogens including, but not restricted to, respiratory agents (Influenza viruses, Parainfluenza viruses, Respiratory Syncytial viruses), Polioviruses, Rotaviruses, Coxsackie viruses, Dengue viruses and Hepatitis A.
Penninger of the Amgen Institute in Toronto and his colleagues have been studying how infections by members of the coxsackie virus family stimulate an animal's immune system to attack its heart.
Two pending class-action lawsuits claim injuries caused by second-hand smoke: one filed by prison inmates at the Coxsackie Correctional Facility in New York, and another by a group of flight attendants claiming exposure to passengers' cigarette smoke has damaged their health.
A: One of the microbes, the Coxsackie virus, inhabits the intestinal tract.
Under the terms of the contract, production on the titanium assemblies will continue at the Ducommun AeroStructures facility in Coxsackie, N.
The most common cause of the disorder is a viral infection, usually with the coxsackie virus.
Autoimmune screen and hepatitis A, B, and C, coxsackie, coxiella, cytomegalo- and Epstein-Barr virus serology was negative.
9%, which included coxsackie A and B viruses, enterovirus, echovirus and echovirus type 6), mumps (4.