hepatitis virus


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hepatitis virus

[′hep·ə′tīd·əs ′vī·rəs]
(virology)
Any of several viruses causing hepatitis in humans and lower mammals.
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Among 62 people with HIV and persistently high liver enzymes--but without hepatitis virus infection--73% had nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), 55% had nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), and 18% had advanced fibrosis.
Other reports have described double-membrane vesicles as sites of replication for coronavirus (Linder strain) (13), mouse hepatitis virus (14), and SARS virus (15).
Protective effect of recombinant murine interferon beta against mouse hepatitis virus infection.
News concerning the characterization of a new human hepatitis virus (HGV) and its implication in post-transfusion hepatitis was first discussed at the national meeting of the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) in New Orleans, in November 1995.
The genus Orthohepadnavirus consists of pathogens that infect mammals, and it currently contains 4 species: hepatitis B virus, woodchuck hepatitis virus, ground squirrel hepatitis virus, and woolly monkey hepatitis B virus.
Infected blood was given to them before screening - and before 1985 heat treatment was available to kill off the hepatitis virus.
The woman is also at risk of getting the hepatitis virus from the needle.
Patients who contracted the hepatitis virus or HIV from blood will receive an initial lump sum of pounds 20,000.
SOME people infected with a hepatitis virus have no symptoms.
Kunwar Shailubhai, Senior Vice President of Discovery Research at Callisto Pharmaceuticals and the senior author of the abstract, liver cancer cells that are infected by hepatitis virus B (HBV) and hepatitis virus C (HCV) are more sensitive to anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic activities of Atiprimod.
Baker, SC RNA replication of mouse hepatitis virus takes place at double-membrane vesicles.
Can-Fite develops CF102 for the treatment of liver cancer, hepatitis virus infections and other liver conditions that represent a current market of about USD 4 billion