HEV


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HEV

abbr.
hepatitis E virus
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Being the first choice when it comes to green luxury motoring has enabled Lexus to meet the shifts in market demand and achieve high HEV sales.
It is also not clear as to why the authors chose to study 'history of surgery' as a possible risk factor because it is not a usual mode of transmission of HEV.
HEV detected from Argentina and Brazil are more related to viruses from industrialized countries (North America and Europe), whereas the HEV in the Caribbean and Mexico include viral genotypes more closely related to outbreaks in Africa and Asia.
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DS-EIA-Anti-HEV-M, an enzyme immunoassay kit (Company--DSI), was used for the detection of immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibodies to HEV in human serum.
HEV belongs to the family Hepeviridae, genus Orthohepevirus, Its RNA genome comprises 3 open reading frames (ORFs).
Determine the occurrence of specific IgM antibodies to HAV and HEV in acute viral hepatitis cases admitted/attending the outpatient department in our institution.
A resident of Wah Cantt, he says though HEV is not cost effective compared to petrol and diesel and is not cheaper compared to fuel driven vehicles.
The medical record of pregnant cases from 2008 to 2011 was retrieved who were positive for HEV IgM.
HEV is a viral infection, predominantly transmitted through the faeco-oral route due to the faecal contamination of drinking water [4].
People are exposed both outdoors and indoors to HEV light, sometimes referred to as "blue light.
25 July 2014 - Spanish healthcare company Grifols SA (NASDAQ:GRFS; BME:GRF) said Friday it had received CE mark for its Procleix HEV assay, a qualitative in-vitro nucleic acid amplification test allowing highly sensitive and specific identification of Hepatitis E virus (HEV) RNA in blood donors, blood components, tissues and organs.