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  1. Orthohantavirus - Wikipedia

    In 2017 alone, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) in Germany received 1,713 notifications of hantavirus infections. North America Canada. The primary cause of the disease in Canada is Sin Nombre virus-infected deer mice. Between 1989 and 2014, there were a total of 109 confirmed cases, with the death rate estimated at 29%.

  2. Emerging Microbes & Infections: Vol 9, No 1

    Volume 9, 2020 Vol 8, 2019 Vol 7, 2018 Vol 6, 2017 Vol 5 ... Virus strain from a mild COVID-19 patient in Hangzhou represents a new trend in SARS-CoV-2 evolution ...

  3. Measles - Wikipedia

    Measles virus uses a protein on its surface called hemagglutinin (H protein), to bind to a target receptor on the host cell, which could be CD46, which is expressed on all nucleated human cells, CD150, aka signaling lymphocyte activation molecule or SLAM, which is found on immune cells like B or T cells, and antigen-presenting cells, or nectin ...

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    Female-led businesses suffer more under COVID-19 “From capital to develop and export goods like coffee, to training and support with digital platforms,… October 01, 2020

  5. The Dengue virus is a flavivirus transmitted to humans by female mosquitoes of the Aedes type. Clinical manifestations include fever, headache, vomiting, arthromyalgias and skin rash. Severe forms are referred to as Dengue haemorrhagic fever and Dengue shock syndrome, mostly affecting the youth.

  6. Essential Oils and Coronaviruses - Tisserand Institute

    COVID-19 and the novel coronavirus. The novel coronavirus is officially called SARS-CoV-2, and the resulting disease is called COVID-19. The name was picked by the WHO and is an abbreviation for corona virus disease. COVID-19 cases were infected initially via contact with a wet market in Wuhan, China, in November and December 2019 (Tessini 2020).

  7. Structural and Proteomic Characterization of the Initiation ...

    May 28, 2020 · Starfish structures are found in diverse GVs, such as mimivirus (Klose et al., 2010, Xiao et al., 2009), Samba virus (SMBV) (Campos et al., 2014, Schrad et al., 2017), and the newly discovered tupanviruses (Abrahão et al., 2018, Silva et al., 2019), and are more common than the cork-like seals among GVs. Yet relatively little is known about ...