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Synonyms for EBV

the herpes virus that causes infectious mononucleosis

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Thus, oral NHL in close proximity to oral mucosal epithelium may show a high rate of EBV infection.
The infection of EBV is not associated directly in inducing by the tumor, but infection in the healthy individuals means increased risk of cancer.
The EBV was first implicated in connection with autoimmune diseases when, in 1971, it was discovered that patients with systemic lupus erythematosus showed elevated antibody levels to the virus.
And a higher proportion of transmitters than nontransmitters had detectable EBV in semen (50% versus 19%).
VZV, CMV and EBV IgM/IgG positive samples were further tested for IgG avidity using ELISA (Euroimmun, Lubeck, Germany) for confirmation of recent infection.
Role of EBV in malignancy of head and neck is being established worldwide suggesting increasing need of establishing early diagnosis of these lesions by maxillofacial surgeons and oral specialists20.
A less frequent subgroup of splenic EBV-associated IPTs includes IPT-like lesions that are EBV associated, but in which the spindle cell component does not express FDC markers.
Mixed Cellularity was the commonest type 31 (62%) followed by Nodular Sclerosis 12 (24%), Immunohistochemical (IHC) staining for EBV antigen was positive in 40 (80%) of cases.
Sonuc: EBV seropozitifligi oldukca yuksekti ve 15 yasina kadar olgularin %96'si seropozitif hale gelmekte idi.
David Loftus, pictured, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Maxim Integrated said: As Maxim continues to expand its automotive and industrial technology offerings, the application knowledge and expertise of EBV will provide our EMEA customers with an added level of support to help them bring their products to market quickly.
Studies have shown that blood from NPC patients contains high densities of EBV or high titers of EBV antibodies; blood from healthy individuals shows low levels.
Previously, physicians ruled out many patients for EBV treatment based on a subjective review of their lung fissures (the divisions between the lobes) on computed tomography (CT) scans.
The use of the Chartis System to select patients for EBV treatment was validated in the STELVIO trial, which was recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
We have previously demonstrated a limited or defective T-cell response against EBV antigens in SLE patients, showing a reduced number of T-cells becoming activated and producing IFN[gamma] upon EBV stimulation (both the latent antigen EBNA1 and the lytic cycle antigen EBV early antigen diffuse (EBV-EA/D)) [25].
Specifically, EBV is ubiquitous member of the human gamma-herpesvirus family that causes mononucleosis during acute and lytic infection and also establishes a persistent and latent infection in more than 90% of the human population.