rubella virus

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ru`bel´la vi´rus

n.1.The virus that causes rubella.
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In the present study, we found that 16% women were positive for IgG and 2.5% for IgM antibodies respectively, against rubella virus infection.
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The aim of screening is to prevent rubella virus infecting others by identifying rubella unimmunized individuals and to prevent congenital rubella syndrome, with the help of postnatal vaccination.
Randomization of the rubella virus RNA genome (10 consecutive cycles to ensure complete nucleotide randomization) was performed by means of the BioWeb server ( scripts/randomizer/dna_protein_sequence_randomizer.
Rubella, also known as the German measles or the 3-day measles, is caused by the rubella virus, which is transmitted via respiratory droplets.