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arbovirus

[′är·bə‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
Small, arthropod-borne animal viruses that are unstable at room temperature and inactivated by sodium deoxycholate; cause several types of encephalitis. Also known as arthropod-borne virus.
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In addition, when prion disease is aggravated by a concurrent arbovirus infection, an increase in the number of microglia is also observed in the lacunosum-molecular layer.
Arbovirus infections in Sarawak: Further observations on mosquitoes.
The immune status of the wild bird population against arbovirus infection is the other variable to consider.
Human arbovirus infections along the south coast of New South Wales.
Arbovirus infection in humans in NSW: seroprevalence and pathogenicity of certain Australian bunyaviruses.
Editorial Note: The findings in this report indicate that CAL serogroup encephalitis remains the most frequently reported arbovirus infection in the United States.
His research programs target endemic infectious diseases, especially arbovirus infections, leptospirosis, tuberculosis, and lymphatic filariasis.
Prevalence of hepatitis virus and some arbovirus infections in Kavango, northern SWA/Namibia.
Arbovirus infections in Dutch military personnel stationed in Surinam: a preliminary study.
The discovery of a co-infection with Middelburg virus in 1 of the horses implies that broad screening for arbovirus infections in unexplained illnesses is warranted, and consideration should be given to inclusion of generic RTPCRs for alphaviruses, flaviviruses, othobunyaviruses, and vesiculoviruses, in addition to African horse sickness and equine encephalosis viruses in future studies.
Malaria is endemic, and arbovirus infections are well described, most notably a 2000-2001 Rift Valley fever (RVF) outbreak on the Saudi Arabia-Yemen frontier.
Serologic studies in horses and studies to detect arboviruses in mosquito populations are being conducted to investigate the status of arbovirus infections in Uruguay.