BDV


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BDV

border disease virus.
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A more recent variation of the Lee and Carter (1992) model is the extension by BDV (2002a), whose proposed modification results in slightly more attractive theoretical properties.
leucodon shrews (#2001 and #5017) BDV RNA was amplified from the brain.
BDV itself was no longer detectable in these patients, he observed.
In their new report, the German investigators cite evidence of BDV genetic material in the blood cells of four patients hospitalized for major depression, organic mood disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder.
These variations have already been described for mammalian BDV infections (29-32).
Breakdown voltage is the ultimate test of a capacitor dielectric, with a higher BDV indicating a stronger dielectric that will deliver higher reliability in the field.
Tenders are invited for For supply of BDV Testing Sets for different sub-station under ETD-I, Ghaziabad.
BDV causes a neurologic syndrome, Borna disease, which is restricted to central Europe, where it is found primarily in horses and sheep.
Polar Bear - Dim Lit (Babel BDV 2446): Polar Bear is the brainchild of Seb Rochford, the quiet drummer with the loud hair.
He will ensure that hospitals' concerns are addressed and their goals met during the planning and installation of their BDV integrated suites.
Sections (4 [micro]m) were cut from tissue blocks, placed on positively charged glass slides (Menzel Glaser, Braunschweig, Germany), and subjected to staining by IHC with 3 anti-Borna disease virus (BDV) antibodies: 2 monoclonal antibodies directed against the N protein of BDV (Bo18: provided by S.
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