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Synonyms for virus

anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

Synonyms for virus

a harmful or corrupting agency

a software program capable of reproducing itself and usually capable of causing great harm to files or other programs on the same computer

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Strauss, "Virus evolution: how does an enveloped virus make a regular structure?" Cell, vol.
Furthermore, enveloped virus neutralizing compounds (polyphenols) found in pomegranate juice [30] and green tea [31] and even scorpion venom peptide [32] hold promise in their strain diversity-independence of antiviral activity.
In this study, serum/ urine levels of HS in the infected patients with CCHF that is an enveloped virus were studied and its impacts on the hemorrhagic events were investigated.
Susceptibility to chemical disinfectants and UV irradiation Microorganism Highly susceptible# Mycoplasmas# Susceptible Enveloped viruses Gram-positive bacteria Gram-negative bacteria Fungal spores Resistant Nonenveloped viruses Mycobacteria Highly resistant Bacterial endospores Protozoal oocysts Protozoallike spores Extremely resistant Prions Highlighted in bold are characteristic and susceptibility of abalone herpes virus, an enveloped virus. Adapted from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (2008).
Echinacea inhibited virally confirmed colds and especially prevented enveloped virus infections (P < 0.05).
1991), which is an enveloped virus spread by aerosol.
Measles is an acute febrile viral disease caused by the measles virus, an enveloped virus that contains a single-stranded RNA genome of 16000 nucleotides.
When counseling the HIV exposed or infected breastfeeding mother, it is important to know that the HIV-1 virus is an enveloped virus and research has shown that the antiviral properties of lipids in human milk may inactivate the HIV-1 virus.