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adenovirus

[¦ad·ən‚o′vī·rəs]
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Conclusion: A new treatment protocol of povidone-iodine was used safely in patients with adenoviral conjunctivitis.
Conditionally replicative adenoviral vectors for malignant glioma.
Ad 8 is the classic cause of EKC and its clinical picture in the prototype of ocular changes induced by adenoviral disease.
Bilateral adenoviral konjonktivit nedeniyle degerlendirilen bir hasta ve tek tarafli tutulumu olan iki hasta olmak uzere toplam uc hastanin dort gozu calismaya dahil edildi.
In children of advanced ages with adenoviral conjunctivitis, pharyngitis may also be observed (2).
Eight deaths among members of the US military were attributed to adenoviral respiratory disease by an AFMES pathologist during 1998-2010.
Construction of HLA-G siRNA vectors: The construction of the HLA-G siRNA vectors and adenoviral infection in vitro was described elsewhere (20).
The STEP trial was stopped early when a planned interim analysis showed vaccinated trial participants with high adenoviral antibody titres had increased rates of HIV-1 acquisition compared to subjects with low or absent adenoviral antibody titres [2].
The use of Adenoviral vectors (Ad-vectors) encoding GFP (Green Fluorescent Protein) or various other marker proteins, for example RFP (Red Fluorescent Protein), is very useful for many studies in the central nervous system including tract-tracing studies (1-2), intraventricular injections (3) or ex vivo cell labelling for cell transplantation purposes.
Within a day, he experienced a massive immune response to the adenoviral vector.
Autopsy and histologic findings at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York City included presence in the lung of chronic inflammatory cells with intranuclear inclusions, consistent with adenoviral bronchiolitis and acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Adenoviral shRNA expression vector reagents in this release targeting the human druggable genome represent all the major protein classes amenable to small molecule intervention, including kinases, GPCRs, ion channels, proteases, nuclear hormone receptors, secreted proteins and receptors.