virus shedding


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vi·rus shed·ding

(vī'rŭs shed'ing),
Excretion of virus by any route from the infected host; route and duration of excretion vary according to the pathogenesis of the infection or disease.

virus shedding

the movement by any route of a virus from an infected host.

vi·rus shed·ding

(vī'rŭs shed'ing)
Excretion of virus by any route from the infected host; route and duration of excretion vary according to the pathogenesis of the infection or disease.

virus shedding

, viral shedding
The release of a virus from the host.
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An inactivated H3N2 canine influenza virus (CIV) vaccine aids in the prevention of clinical disease and virus shedding in dogs challenged with virulent H3N2 CIV.
Virus shedding was detected only in horse C2V2, inoculated with VACV-P2V.
Newcastle disease virus shedding among healthy commercial chickens and its epidemiological importance.
Moreover virus shedding has also been found during asymptomatic periods (7, 9, 10).
Antiretroviral therapy is not associated with reduced herpes simplex virus shedding in HIV coinfected adults: an observational cohort study.
22) In clinical trials with antivirals that directly inhibit virus production, quantitative culture may give information on the duration of infectious virus shedding and the ability to reduce transmissibility.
Viremia, virus shedding, and antibody response during natural avian polyomavirus infection in parrots.
The convalescence phase ranges from 3 to 6 weeks but fatigue, right upper quadrant faecal virus shedding, can occur in 3 - 20% of cases and is usually less severe than the original episode.
Davies was funded by their public institutions; one coauthor acknowledged funding from the Wellcome Trust for a virus-sequencing pipeline project and another received funding from Roche for an influenza virus shedding study in oseltamivir-treated patients.
Davies was funded by their public institutions; one coauthor acknowledged funding from the Wellcome Trust for a virus-sequencing pipeline project, and another received funding from Roche for an influenza virus shedding study in oseltamivir-treated patients.
Furthermore, detection of virus shedding, especially by RT-PCR, may not be the only factor in determining infectivity, (19) and further work is required for accurate modeling of virus transmission in a susceptible population.
All HSV-2 infections are permanent and result in periodic virus shedding.