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Synonyms for arbovirus

a large heterogeneous group of RNA viruses divisible into groups on the basis of the virions

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We tested the hypothesis that an arbovirus infection would exacerbate the inflammatory response in a chronic neurodegeneration model of prion disease.
Serbian health professionals must be educated on this arbovirus infection and its significance for public health.
Arbovirus infections in Sarawak, October 1968-February 1970 Tembusu and Sindbis virus isolations from mosquitoes.
The fourteen chapters in this book discuss topics in arbovirus infections, diseases carried by arthropods such as ticks and mosquitoes.
In conclusion, the EEE and WNV surveillance program demonstrated an increase in the incidence of arbovirus infections in mosquitoes and sentinel chickens in southeastern Virginia from 2000.
Arbovirus Infections, Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers, Rabies and Rubella.
Arbovirus infections of mosquitoes, man and domestic fowls, 1963-1966.
In addition, because arbovirus infections are endemic in the continental United States, states should have a comprehensive plan and a functional arbovirus surveillance and response capacity that includes trained personnel with suitable laboratory support for identifying arbovirus activity, including WNV [5].
The proposed research project will use a multidisciplinary approach that involves molecular virology with CHIKV, quantitative proteomics, RNA sequencing and knock down experiments in Aedes aegypti derived cells and mosquitoes to comprehensively understand for the first time the piRNA pathway, its involvement and importance to regulate arbovirus infections in aedine mosquitoes.
Immunological surveys of arbovirus infections in Southeast Asia, with special reference to dengue, chikungunya, and Kyasanur Forest disease.
New rapid diagnostic techniques, including detection of immunoglobulin M antibody in acute serum or cerebrospinal fluids, have facilitated confirmation of arbovirus infections.
10) and this study, arbovirus infections in humans had not been reported to be associated with hematospermia, and no arboviruses had been isolated from human semen.
Mosquito control activities are needed to reduce the effect of arbovirus infections on public health.