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adenovirus

[¦ad·ən‚o′vī·rəs]
(virology)
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Adenovirus is a nonenveloped, double-stranded DNA virus transmitted by inhalation, direct conjunctival inoculation, fecaloral introduction, or direct exposure to infected blood (2).
All Singapore Ad7 isolates except KK341 and KK342 had 100% nucleotide identity with strains reported from a 2011 adenovirus community outbreak in Taiwan (JX174430), severe disease in infants in Shaanxi in 2009 (GU230898), and a military training camp outbreak in Shaanxi in 2012 (KC689913) (2,3,10).
Adenovirus is often identified only after the squirrels have died, which is making it more difficult to find out how the animals contracted it.
Pioneering the development of quality adenovirus and other viral vector production, ViGene features the world's largest collection of human full-length cDNA ORF clones, miRNA clones, premade cDNA ORF and miRNA adenoviruses, and top-of-the-line custom services.
The research team used a unique mouse model of adenovirus keratitis to study the role of viral components in the cornea and determine which viral part(s) induce an innate immune response.
David Gilbert, who was making rounds in the intensive care unit at Providence Portland Medical Center and thought it was odd that 4 of 13 patients had adenovirus infections, which are typically mild and self-limited.
However, AAV, similar to adenovirus, has a broad tissue tropism because it also uses integrins in addition to heparin sulfate proteoglycans (as a primary receptor), and fibroblast growth factor 1 (as a coreceptor) for infection.
The non-human primate adenovirus vector technology was derived from research conducted by scientists at the University of Pennsylvania.
In response to the resurgence of adenovirus among military recruits since the termination of a vaccine program in 1996, a senior health official for the U.
The second vaccine candidate uses a non-replicating or "replication-defective" adenovirus type-5 vector (Ad5) containing an optimized gag sequence.
Adenovirus, which attacks the respiratory system, usually causes symptoms no worse than a common cold in adults.