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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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In conclusion, in the first Slovenian national prevalence study the observed prevalence of HDV infection was among the lowest reported in Europe and worldwide.
In the present study, the prevalence of HDV Ab among HIV/HBV co-infected patients was 19.8% (35 out of 178).
This project is part of a 40 million pound ETI programme focused on increasing HDV efficiencies.
Reconfigured memory handling streamlines the editing of large HDV clips and we've also included improved support for Blackmagic Design Decklink and AJA hardware.
For personal content captured on a HDV camcorder, the BD drive is optimized for keeping the video in the native HDV 1080i for playback on home players compatible with BD-AV format and PCs with BD drives installed.
The web site features coverage of targeted areas such as HD and HDV, desktop posting, professional AV, digital intermediate systems and digital signage.
The SiI 9020 will enable manufacturers to easily add HDMI outputs to High Definition Video (HDV) camcorders and digital cameras, allowing consumers to display their photos and videos at the highest level of quality on their HDTVs.
MiniDV competes with four other digital formats: Digital8, which records using 8MM cassettes; MicroMV, a hard-disk-based format; DVD camcorders, which play DVD-R media in most DVD players and are able to store up to one hour per side; and HDV, which offers high-definition digital recording and playback on MiniDV cassettes.
Hepatitis D virus, or HDV, is uncommon, except in IV drug users.
Video editing workgroups based on Canopus's Edius Pro software, ideal for DV, HDV, SD and HD editing, can now leverage high performance Apace Systems' vStor network storage systems for multi-stream, real-time editing over Gigabit Ethernet (GE) LAN.
"The key to our HDV system is versatility and backwards compatibility.
The 400,000 yen price may not be considered "consumer-level" to some, but I believe they've dubbed it so because the camera records HDTV using the "HDV" standard.