Semliki

Semliki

(sĕm`lĭkē), river, c.130 mi (209 km) long, E Congo (Kinshasa), E central Africa, flowing N from Lake Edward to Lake Albert. It forms part of the Congo-Uganda border.
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In the Semliki Forest virus (SFV), the fusion and exit of the virus is cholesterol-dependent (23, 43).
Cross-reactivity of antibodies to viruses belonging to the Semliki forest serocomplex.
Ptemoblax vicinus Rehn, 1914: 137 (holotype--female, Zaire, Semliki Valley; in MfN).
Taigbenu, "NDVI-rainfall relationship in the Semliki watershed of the equatorial Nile," Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, vol.
Agreement between Britain and the Government of the Independent State of the Congo, 9 May, 1906 : Article III of this treaty states, "The Government of the independent state of the Congo undertakes not to construct, or allow to be constructed, any work over or near the Semliki or Isango river which would diminish the volume of water entering Lake Albert except in agreement with the Sudanese Government." Belgium signed this agreement on behalf of the Congo despite the agreement favouring only the downstream Nile countries and restricting the people of the Congo from accessing their share of the Nile's water.
(4) MAYV is part of the Semliki Complex, a serological group inside Alphavirus genus that shares some common antigenic sites, which can generate cross-reactivity with polyclonal immune sera among the species, when analyzed by conventional serological tests, such as Hemagglutinin Inhibition (HI) and Complement Fixation (CF).
(2009) 'The silent encroachment of the frontier: a politics of transborder trade in the Semliki Valley (Congo-Uganda)', Political Geography 28 (1): 55-65.
Use of Semliki forest virus to identify lipid-mediated antiviral activity and anti-alphavirus immunoglobulin A in human milk.
Fatty chains of different lipid classes of Semliki Forest virus and host cell membranes.