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variola

[‚ver·ē′ō·lə]
(medicine)
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Genome-wide comparison of cowpox viruses reveals a new clade related to variola virus.
Cowpox virus, a cousin of variola virus, causes a mild smallpox-like disease in cows.
There was no evidence on any remains that would suggest a smallpox infection, so the presence of variola virus was very surprising," said Ana Duggan, a biologist from McMaster University who worked with Piombino-Mascali.
A partir da analise dos artigos selecionados, foi possivel identificar que existe, de fato, uma efetividade relacionada ao processo de vacinacao, sendo ratificada pela erradicacao de doencas como, variola, poliomielite e febre amarela, bem como, o controle de algumas outras doencas como o sarampo, tetano neonatal e tuberculose (3).
Variola major, a strain almost unknown until it emerged in Somalia in 1977, was one of them.
Every 3 years variola, monkeypox) Replication-deficient vaccinia viruses and Not recommended recombinant viruses developed from replication-deficient vaccinia viruses * * Laboratories that use both replication-competent and replication-deficient vaccinia virus strains but where working areas for these viruses cannot be clearly segregated should follow increased biosafety precautions because laboratory infections due to contamination have previously been documented.
As announced on July 8, 2014, six vials labeled variola (the causative agent of smallpox) along with ten other samples with unclear labeling were transported safely and securely with the assistance of federal and local law enforcement agencies in a government aircraft to CDC s high-containment facility in Atlanta.
Em seu artigo, Leite e Almeida assumem uma perspectiva diacronica para analisar o significado social dos termos e expressoes referentes a epidemias de colera e de variola que acometeram milhares de pessoas no Ceara durante o seculo XIX.
El Variola unicamente ataca a los humanos, mientras que los otros tres atacan a humanos y algunos animales vertebrados.
Although closely related to the variola virus that causes smallpox, it is generally harmless to humans.
Dentre as doencas fungicas, a variola (Asperisporium caricae) e a antracnose (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides) sao as mais importantes da cultura.
Smallpox is caused by the variola virus, an ancient pathogen that naturally infects humans and no other species.