inclusion body


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inclusion body

[in′klü·zhən ‚bäd·ē]
(virology)
Any of the abnormal structures appearing within the cell nucleus or the cytoplasm during the course of virus multiplication.
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Inclusion body herpesvirus hepatitis occurs sporadically in the captive falcon population used for falconry, racing, and breeding in Saudi Arabia (31) and the Middle East (32,33) as a whole, and it seems to be associated with the extensive use of pigeons for training and as food items.
The previous studies confirmed that the serotype FAdV-4 causing HHS and FAdV2, 8a, 8b and 11 as causative agent of inclusion body hepatitis (Schachner et al., 2018).
Bacterial expression of BMP-2 resulted in production of inclusion body and therefore, protein aggregation in cytoplasm.
Kimura, "Inclusion body myositis: expression of extracellular signal-regulated kinase and its substrate," Neurology, vol.
Although there is no apparent pathophysiological link; an association between sarcoid and inclusion body myositis was reported in 1986.
* The report reviews pipeline therapeutics for Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM) by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
Raised troponin T in inclusion body myositis is common and serum levels are persistent over time.
* The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM) and enlists all their major and minor projects
Genetic characterization, pathogenicity and protection studies with an avian adenovirus isolate associated with inclusion body hepatitis.
Sporadic inclusion body myositis: variability in prevalence and phenotype and influence of the MHC.
If we can develop a refolding strategy in vitro at lower cost and with higher yield and activity, then less expensive, and easier to achieve, prokaryotic expression systems, namely, bacterial fermentation systems, may become feasible for the production of inclusion body proteins.