reovirus


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

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Oncolytics' clinical program includes a variety of Phase I/II and Phase II human trials using REOLYSIN, its proprietary formulation of the human reovirus, alone and in combination with radiation or chemotherapy.
At least two families of viruses, parvovirus and reovirus, appear to naturally have such selectivity.
Strain-specific selection of genome segments in avian reovirus coinfections.
The studies showed that the same immune cells from people with MS that react against their own nerve-insulating myelin also react against four common virus families: influenza virus, human papillo-mavirus, herpes simplex virus (the herpes that causes cold sores); and reovirus, as well as a bacterium often implicated in urinary tract infections.
The poster titled "Dose finding and safety study of Reovirus with irinotecan/fluorouracil/leucovorin/bevacizumab in patients with KRAS mutant metastatic colorectal cancer: Final Results", was presented yesterday at ESMO.
Rapid detection of Mycoplasma synoviae and avian reovirus in clinical samples of poultry using multiplex PCR.
An otherwise harmless virus called reovirus in infants could be responsible for triggering the immune system's response that leads to celiac disease, according to research published Thursday by the University of Chicago and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
A co-founder of the company, Coffey completed his doctorate degree in oncology at the University of Calgary with a focus on the oncolytic capabilities of the reovirus.
Moreover, it was earlier believed that reovirus induces apoptosis of infected cells, but new molecular classification indicates reovirus-induced cell death as necroptosis in addition to apoptosis [8, 9].
Viral tenosynovitis (eg, reovirus), concurrent bony malformations (eg, valgus, varus), and ischemia are disease conditions, to a lesser degree, that are thought to promote tendon rupture in poultry.
A similar study by Miura et al.15) showed that human reovirus dsRNA genomes also contained a 2'-O-methylated nucleotide in the 5' terminal sequence of [pG.sup.m]pCp in one of the strands.