cytomegalic inclusion disease

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cytomegalic inclusion disease

[¦sīd·ō·mə¦gäl·ik in′klü·zhən di′zēz]
(medicine)
A virus infection primarily of infants characterized by jaundice, liver enlargement, and circulatory disturbances.
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An outbreak of inclusion body disease at the CaliforniaAcademy of Sciences in San Francisco allowed DeRisi's group to assemble a collection of RNA from both sick and well snakes.
FUS immunostains strongly labeled basophilic inclusions (Figure 14, E) and also demonstrated numerous cytoplasmic inclusions in superficial cortical layers that were not seen on H & E stains (Figure 14, F), as has been described in basophilic inclusion body disease.
Hook's letter explained that she was worried her beloved 15-year-old boa constrictor, Larry, had contracted inclusion body disease, a mystery illness that had already claimed the lives of her two other pet snakes.