Guidelines for the prevention and treatment of B-virus
infections in exposed persons.
Epidemiologic notes and reports B-virus
infection in humans--Pensacola, Florida.
Bacterial contamination of blood components represents an 80- to 250- fold higher risk of transfusion-related infection than that associated with HIV, hepatitis C-virus and hepatitis B-virus
and is considered the leading infectious complication of blood transfusion therapy.
Tripep develops the therapeutic DNA-vaccines ChronVac-C[R] and ChronVac-B drugs against chronic hepatitis C virus and hepatitis B-virus
Tripep (STO:TPEP) develops the therapeutic DNA-vaccines ChronVac-C[R] and ChronVac-B drugs against chronic hepatitis C virus and hepatitis B-virus
mulatta monkey bites include physical trauma and/or infection with B-virus
(Macacine herpesvirus 1), oral bacteria (including Clostridium tetani), and rabies virus.
ReliArray offers specific screening targeted toward the most common non-human primate pathogens, including B-virus
, simian retroviruses, simian immunodeficiency virus and simian T-cell lymphotropic/leukemia virus.
The high rate of antibodies to hepatitis E virus in young, intravenous drug-abusers with acute hepatitis B-virus
infection in a Swedish community: a study of hepatitis markers in individuals with intravenously or sexually acquired hepatitis B virus infection.
pylori and Hepatitis B-virus
antigens" was presented on May 13, 2006.
In Puerto Rico, risk for transmission of B-virus
from free-ranging rhesus monkeys to humans has become a serious challenge.
Knowledge of the clinical signs and risk factors for human B-virus
disease allows early initiation of antiviral therapy and prevents severe disease or death.
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) to detect antibodies to CeHV-1 in macaque sera were performed at the B-Virus
Reference Laboratory at Georgia State University (12).