rabies virus


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rabies virus

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The rabies virus kills approximately one person every ten minutes worldwide today[sup.
In 2009, a Northern Ireland woman who contracted the rabies virus while working with abandoned animals in South Africa lost her fight for life.
Future antivirals could target p75NTR, Lafon notes, as well as other cellular proteins the rabies virus exploits.
Rabies virus (family Rhabdoviridae, genus Lyssavirus) is an enveloped, negative, single-stranded RNA virus (21).
A rapid immunodiagnostic test (RIDT) for rabies virus has been developed, and this test shows potential in meeting these criteria.
Vaccination in humans is recommended for anyone at continual, frequent or increased risk of exposure to rabies virus either as a result of their residence or occupation, and for travellers with extensive outdoor exposure and children living in or visiting rural high-risk areas.
A common dog disease--Canine parainfluenza--was used to build a new vaccine to protect humans and animals from the rabies virus.
Rabies virus can then be disseminated to salivary glands and other orgsns via neural innervation.
RABID: A CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE WORLD'S MOST DIABOLICAL VIRUS provides the first cultural history of the rabies virus and blends health concerns, science, and a cultural mythology to consider the progress, politics and progression of a disease that has plagued human civilization for centuries.
Blood samples were drawn from 63 people and 11 percent were found to have "rabies virus neutralizing antibodies, evidence that they had been previously exposed to the rabies virus.
There have been cases of bats with rabies in the 49 contiguous states in the United States, according to the CDC, whose website states, "Recent data suggest that transmission of rabies virus can occur from minor, seemingly unimportant, or unrecognized bites from bats.
9 -- The government has been unable to check the incidence of the deadly rabies virus in Punjab as there is only one anti-rabies clinic with complete dosage for treatment in the entire province, Daily Times has learnt.