picornavirus


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Related to picornavirus: orthomyxovirus, reovirus, togavirus, Picornaviridae
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a group of single-strand RNA viruses with a protein coat

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The CDC Picornavirus Laboratory has identified only 1 other enterovirus 68 from CSF in the past 10 years.
2:45pm-3:30pm Picornavirus Vectors as a Versatile Platform for
Molecular evolution of human enteroviruses: Correlation of serotypes with VP1 sequence and application to picornavirus classification.
The drug specifically inhibits the integrity of the picornavirus capsid, the protein coat of the virus that is essential for infectivity and transmission of the virus, according to ViroPharma.
Hepatitis A, caused by a picornavirus, accounts for up to 35% of all cases of acute viral hepatitis in developed countries.
became the first to chart in atomic detail the topography of an animal virus -- human rhinovirus-14, a picornavirus that causes colds.
We will use cryo-electron microscopy to study picornavirus replication complexes in order to explain the mechanism of copy-choice recombination of picornavirus RNA genomes that leads to creation of new picornavirus species.
It is evident that the antiviral mechanism of raoulic acid must be fully understood in order to develop a novel drug for the treatment of picornavirus infections.
Evidence of harm to the brain emerged from a study of mice which, when infected with a polio-like picornavirus, had difficulty navigating a maze.
To date, oral pleconaril has been studied in more than 5,000 patients in clinical trials for the treatment of the common cold and in more than 700 patients as part of a compassionate use program in patients who have serious or life-threatening picornavirus infections.
Concomitant meningoencephalitis has been reported in several cases, possibly reflecting the fact that HAV is a picornavirus and thus relatively closely related to the enteroviruses, common causes of viral meningitis and meningoencephalitis in humans.
Osterhaus and others initially isolated a herpesvirus from the lungs and other organs of 8 of 35 dead seals from the afflicted areas, and a picornavirus from the lungs of 20 of 22 seals investigated.
Infection with enteroviruses such as coxsackie, polioviruses and echoviruses, all members of the picornavirus family, are more common among newly diagnosed T1D and pre-diabetic patients than in the general population.
Testing of a nasopharyngeal swab specimen with the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel (Luminex, Austin, TX, USA) produced positive results for picornavirus.
PICOVIR is a first-of-a-kind oral antiviral product that specifically inhibits the integrity of the picornavirus capsid, a protective shell of the virus that is essential for virus infectivity and transmission.