Coxsackie virus

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Synonyms for Coxsackie virus

enterovirus causing a disease resembling poliomyelitis but without paralysis

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Dwyer also notes that a particular Coxsackie virus (a denizen of the intestinal tract) can trigger off immunological attacks.
Pleurodynia is caused by the Coxsackie virus, named after the American village in which it was first discovered.
A throat if nfection c A throat infection caused by a type of virus called Coxsackie virus.
A rapid assay for evaluation of antiviral activity against coxsackie virus B3, influenza virus A, and herpes simplex virus type 1.
QI AM kept awake by the pain of Coxsackie virus and I have pins and needles in my limbs.
was conducted in an animal model of human disease and suggests that Hemispherx's Ampligen(R) was effective in treating Coxsackie virus.
strain KOS) in HEL cells; vesicular stomatitis virus, Coxsackie virus B4, respiratory syncytial virus in HeLa cells; parainfluenza virus type 3, reovirus type 1, Sindbis virus, Coxsackie B4 virus and Punta Toro virus in Vero cells; and HIV-1 ([III.
More about the Coxsackie virus was reported by Martin in a letter in the July 2002 issue of the Townsend Letter.
AMEX: HEB) announced today that the Antiviral Research Group led by Professor Johan Neyts of the Rega Institute, KUL, Leuven, Belgium has just reported a new study which screened several immune-based compounds for potential activity against Coxsackie virus, a human pathogenic agent.
Among 8 remaining specimens, 1 specimen was classified as coxsackie virus A16, and other specimens were not identified as any viruses because of poor quality of sequence data.
Recently classified types of Coxsackie virus, group A; behavior in tissue culture.
In addition to its anti-cancer potential, ONCONASE(R) has demonstrated significant anti-viral activity against RNA viruses such as HIV-1 (Retroviridae family), as well as Enteroviruses such as Coxsackie virus A and Echovirus, which also have single-strand RNA as their genetic material.