hepadnavirus


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Related to hepadnavirus: picornavirus, Hepacivirus
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Noun1.hepadnavirus - a group of animal DNA viruses including viruses of ducks and woodchucks and squirrels and others as well as the virus causing hepatitis B in humans
animal virus - an animal pathogen that is a virus
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Recently, evidence of a likely third genus was found with the discovery of a new fish hepadnavirus (2).
The hepatitis B virus (HBV) is noncytopathic, hepatotropic members of the hepadnavirus (HBV) families that cause acute and chronic necroinflammatory liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
Occult lifelong persistence of infectious hepadnavirus and residual liver inflammation in woodchucks convalescent from acute viral hepatitis.
Treatment of chronic hepadnavirus infection in a woodchuck animal model with an inhibitor of protein folding and trafficking.
Hepatitis B virus is an enveloped virus that belongs to the family of hepadnavirus.
En modelos in vitro de hepatitis C tambien se ha evaluado la actividad inhibitoria de la glicosilacion ejercida por derivados inminoazucares de la 1-deoxinojirimicina, la cual ha demostrado tener efecto antiviral al igual que en otros modelos de flavivirus y hepadnavirus (Jacob et al.
Low doses of hepadnavirus induce infection of the lymphatic system that does not engage the liver.
La hepatitis B es una enfermedad grave causada por el virus de la hepatitis B (HB), (1) prototipo de la familia de los Hepadnavirus (virus ADN con tropismo preferencialmente hepatico).
Whereas we previously thought of hepadnavirus evolution on time-scales of only a few thousand years, this paper shows that the true time-scale is in fact many million years.
Gilbert and Feschotte dated the hepadnavirus fragments by locating them in the same spot on the genome of five species of passerine birds and then tracing those species to a common ancestor that lived more than 19 million years ago.