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any of a group of non-arboviruses including the rotavirus causing infant enteritis

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15) showed that human reovirus dsRNA genomes also contained a 2'-O-methylated nucleotide in the 5' terminal sequence of [pG.
Heart and skeletal muscle inflammation of farmed salmon Is associated with infection with a novel reovirus.
Normal human cells are protected from reovirus infection by a protein called PKR.
Reovirus therapy of tumours with activated ras pathway.
La trombocitopenia ocurre en algunas enfermedades virales, tal como el circovirus de psitacidos, reovirus de psitacidos, y la infeccion de polyomavirus en psitacidos.
Calgary, Canada) has been granted its 30th United States Patent (7,452,723), entitled "Methods for Preventing Reovirus Recognition for the Treatment of Cellular Proliferative Disorders.
Por otro lado, la reutilizacion de la cama puede ser una fuente potencial de transmision de patogenos como Gumboro, Reovirus, Adenovirus, y anemia infecciosa (Jones, 2003; Lukert y Saif, 2003; McFerran, 2003; Schat, 2003).
First, the presence of reovirus and enterovirus at all sampling locations was a seasonal phenomenon.
Infectivity, disease patterns and serologic profiles of reovirus serotypes 1, 2 and 3 in infant and weanling mice.
The Duke researchers hypothesized that the binding of normal reoviruses to a host cell's membrane might make that cell more vulnerable to infection by naked, genetically altered reovirus RNA.
1987) Gut mucosal immunization with reovirus serotype 1/L stimulates virus-specific cytotoxic T cell precursors as well as IgA memory cells in Peyer's patches.
The disease appears to be multifactorial and a number of viral and bacterial pathogens have been reported as potential aetiological agents, including Canine Parainfluenza virus, Canine Adenovirus, Herpesvirus, Reovirus and Bordetella bronchiseptica, Mycoplasmas etc (Veland, 1989).
Conditions commonly seen in the 1980s that are rarely seen in the United States today include parrot pox and avian reovirus, which commonly affected African grey parrots.
The groups reached different conclusions, proposing candidates such as toga-like virus (1), reovirus, or herpesvirus (2).
The scientists have found that the virus, called reovirus, grows like gangbusters inside tumor cells with a specific malfunction that leads to tumor growth and the findind led them to ponder over weather this virus can be used as a treatment.