DNA virus

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DNA virus

n.
Any of a group of viruses whose genome is composed of DNA, including the adenoviruses and herpesviruses.

DNA virus


n.
any virus containing DNA.
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Avipoxviruses are large, enveloped DNA viruses that belong to the genus Avi poxvi rus in the Chordopoxvirinae subfamily of the family Poxviridae.
Begomoviruses are whiteflies-transmitted single-stranded DNA viruses belonging to the family Geminiviridae that cause leaf curl disease in cotton.
They are nonenveloped, double-stranded DNA viruses with a circular structure.
Others address the management of rectal cancer without radical resection, the resection of liver metastases in colorectal cancer, the treatment of ductal carcinoma in situ, esophageal adenocarcinoma, the increase of mastectomies in the US, biosimilars, treatments for psoriasis, lupus during pregnancy, catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome, type I interferonopathies, antimalarial drugs as immune modulators, primary Sj|rgen's syndrome, oral combination therapies for hepatitis C virus infection, Ebola, Middle East respiratory syndrome, gene editing for diseases caused by DNA viruses, Alzheimer's disease therapy and prevention, remyelination, lysosomal proteins as a therapeutic target in neurodegeneration, and noninvasive prenatal DNA testing.
A nanoviras-like DNA component associated with yellow vein disease of Ageratum conyzoides: evidence for interfamilial recombination between plant DNA viruses.
In this review, we will focus on how DNA viruses alter the glucose metabolism of cancer cells during carcinogenesis.
Objective: The long-term goal of this proposal is to understand the molecular mechanisms of the replication cycle ofnucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses that attracted attention after the discovery of the giant Mimivirus adecade ago.
Besides the reactivity of Bioaron C[R] against non-enveloped RNA viruses of further interest was the reactivity against other RNA as well as DNA viruses.
One important aspect of using siRNA activity against DNA viruses is the need to show the inhibition of viral DNA replication, and when the amounts of viral DNA were quantified almost no viral DNA could be detected, which demonstrated the inhibition of genome replication.
Viruses are typed in many ways, but for our understanding of their role in illness, the most relevant may be whether they are DNA viruses or RNA viruses.
Today, more than 400 viral miRNAs have been validated, the vast majority in the genome of DNA viruses.