EBV


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EBV

abbr.
Epstein-Barr virus

EBV

abbreviation for
(Pathology) Epstein-Barr virus

EBV

Epstein-Barr virus.
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Noun1.EBV - the herpes virus that causes infectious mononucleosis; associated with specific cancers in Africa and China
herpes virus, herpes - any of the animal viruses that cause painful blisters on the skin
Translations

EBV

abbr Epstein-Barr virus. V. virus.
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20 EBV preferentially infects B-lymphocytes through the binding of the receptor on the surface of B-cells.
Patients with NPC are noted to have high levels of EBV antibodies.
A blood test may be done to look for antibodies against EBV in order to confirm the diagnosis.
Microbial antigens such as the EBV have been implicated to trigger autoimmune diseases via molecular mimicry.
Previous work by these researchers showed that detection of CMV, EBV, or HHV-8 in semen made it more likely that HIV would also he detected in semen or that HIV levels would be higher in semen.
During a three-year period (2013-2015), 152 consecutive serum samples from hemodialysis patients were tested for the presence of HSV-1/2, VZV, CMV and EBV IgM and IgG antibodies at two large Croatian medical institutions (Croatian Institute of Public Health and Zagreb University Hospital Center).
07 patients had Hodgkin's lymphoma and 02 were diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma, both related to EBV infection (Table 2).
4,17) Inflammatory pseudotumor-like FDC tumor differs from conventional FDC sarcoma by almost exclusive localization in spleen and liver, frequent presence of systemic symptoms, indolent clinical behavior, an IPT-like appearance, and consistent association with EBV.
The difference between positive and negative EBV LMP1 receptor status were analyzed for statistical significance using Fischer's exact test.
Under the deal, as of January next year EBV will distribute Maxims product portfolio in the EMEA region.
An EBV infection of healthy human nasopharyngeal epithelial cells is rare.