Bunyavirus


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Bunyavirus

[′bən·yə‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A genus of viruses in the family Bunyaviridae; contains a minimum of 87 species which exhibit some degree of antigenic relationship.
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A family cluster of infections by a newly recognized bunyavirus in Eastern China, 2007: further evidence of person-to-person transmission.
Bunyaviruses cause diseases that include Rift Valley fever (a virus found in Africa that is transmitted to humans and livestock by mosquitoes) and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (a bunyavirus found in Africa, Asia, and Europe that is carried by ticks and causes a highly pathogenic hemorrhagic fever).
Kirim-Kongo Kanamali Atesi (KKKA) Bunyavirus ailesinden, Nairovirus soyundan Kirim-Kongo Kanamali Atesi virusunu tasiyan kenelerden insanlara bulasma sonucunda gelisir.
Although no human congenital infection with a bunyavirus of the California serogroup has been reported, congenital infection with other bunyaviruses of the Bunyamwera serogroup has been associated with macrocephaly.
Ramon Flick, also of the UTMB, is titled "Antisense Morpholino Oligomers Directed Against Bunyavirus Genome Segments Inhibit Replication and Proliferation.
Furthermore, given the apparent extent of this problem and the widespread availability and modest costs associated with RT-PCR and Sanger sequencing, it may be prudent to recommend routinely incorporating at least partial genetic characterization as a part of the identification process for all new bunyavirus isolates.
California encephalitis, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, and bunyavirus hemorrhagic fevers.
Presentations Include Ebola, Influenza, Dengue, SARS Coronavirus and Bunyavirus Studies at the International Conference on Antiviral Research
Heartland virus (HRTV) is a novel bunyavirus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Phlebovirus) first identified in the United States in 2 persons with thrombocytopenia/ leukopenia in Missouri in 2009 (1).
Clinical features and factors associated with severity and fatality among patients with severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome bunyavirus infection in Northeast China.
Person-to-person transmission of severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome bunyavirus through blood contact.