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Preventing birth defects virus--CMV (cytomegalovirus) by Lisa Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 8:11pm Through my public speaking, articles and book, Anything But a Dog! The perfect pet for a girl with congenital CMV, I am trying to prevent the #1 viral cause of birth defects, congenital CMV (cytomegalovirus), which causes more disabilities than Down syndrome. My daughter was born severely disabled by it in 1989 and since her death in 2 ... Read on »
Media: Please help stop #1 Birth Defects Virus--Congenital CMV (cytomegalovirus) by Lisa Posted Tue 30 Apr 2013 10:40am Dear Reporters/Newcasters,   Much of my writing work since the death of my daughter (pictured on left) has centered around trying to raise a prevention message about congenital CMV (cytomegalovirus). It is the disease that disabled and ultimately killed my daughter (she died during a seizure). It causes more disabilities than ... Read on »
Antibody Treatment Protects Monkeys from Hendra Virus Disease by Medline Plus Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 4:26pm A human antibody given to monkeys infected with the deadly Hendra virus completely protected them from disease, according to a study published by National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists and their collaborators. Hendra and the closely related Nipah virus, both rare viruses th ... Read on »
Generation of Wild-Type Dengue Viruses for Use in Rhesus Monkey Infection Studies by Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 5:00pm Description of Invention: Dengue virus is a positive-sense RNA virus belonging to the Flavivirus genus of the family Flaviviridae. Dengue virus is widely distributed throughout the tropical and semitropical regions of the world and is transmitted to humans by mosquito vectors. Dengue virus is a leading cause of hospitalizati ... Read on »
New Virus 'Jumps' From Monkey to Scientist, Causing Serious Illness by HealthFinder Posted Fri 22 Oct 2010 10:00am healthnewslink Adenovirus strain is under study but experts say there's no immediate cause for alarm. By Jenifer Goodwin HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Holy Jumpin' Monkey Viruses! by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 12:00am By Kent Heckenlively, Esq. There's a story a fellow science teacher told me that I've always remembered.  This science teacher headed the Education Center at Lawrence-Livermore Labs and was present when Edward Teller, father of the hydrogen bomb, came to visit the National Ignition Facility, designed to create nuclear fusion, ... Read on »
TWiV 122: More fun than a monkey full of viruses by Vincent Racaniello Posted Sun 27 Feb 2011 12:00am On episode #122 of the podcast This Week in Virology, the complete TWiV crew teams up with Welkin Johnson to explore the other AIDS epidemic, infection of monkeys with simian immunodeficiency virus, and its restriction by the cellular protein TRIM5. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. D ... Read on »
Why Couldn’t Autism be the Result of a Monkey Virus? by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 3:14am By Kent Heckenlively, Esq. Even when you’ve taken on a case as an attorney you keep investigating the claims of your client. Because there are few things worse than sitting across the table in arbitration when the other side makes... Read on »
Monkey Research Gives Insights into New SARS-Like Virus by Medline Plus Posted Wed 03 Apr 2013 5:00pm Coronavirus strain has so far infected 17, killed 11 worldwide Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Page: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Read on »
Green tea flavonoid may prevent reinfection with hepatitis C virus following liver transplantation by rickisjourney Posted Tue 06 Dec 2011 12:00am Public release date: 1-Dec-2011 Contact: Dawn Peters 781-388-8408 Wiley-Blackwell German researchers have determined that epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)—a flavonoid found in green tea—inhibits the hepatitis C virus (HCV) from entering liver cells. Study findings available in the December issue of H ... Read on »