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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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.
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.
When a virus is transmitted by a vector, it can be particularly difficult to confirm or exclude the infectiousness of human cases, as with Semliki forest, Barmah forest, and Rift Valley fever viruses.
Use of Semliki forest virus to identify lipid-mediated antiviral activity and anti-alphavirus immunoglobulin A in human milk.
Most of the water in the lake, the Nile's second great reservoir--as much as 85 per cent--comes not from the Victoria Nile (and ultimately from the Kagera River) but rather from another big river, the Semliki, which joins Lake Albert at its southernmost point.
SacOil announces proposed reorganisation changes to its indirect participating interest in Block III, Albertine Graben ("Block III") in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), currently held by its indirect subsidiary Semliki Energy SARL ("Semliki").
Fatty chains of different lipid classes of Semliki Forest virus and host cell membranes.
In vitro inhibition of Chikungunya and Semliki Forest viruses replication by antiviral compounds synergistic effect of interferonalpha and ribavirin combination.
Coprophagy by the semi-habituated Chimpanzees of Semliki, Uganda.
Anopheles bwambae sp: A malaria vector in Semliki valley, Uganda and its relationships with other siblings.