Borna disease virus


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Bor·na dis·ease vi·rus

an unclassified negative sense single-stranded RNA virus that is the cause of Borna disease, a serious disease of horses that involves infection of the central nervous system.
[Borna, Saxony, Germany]

Bornavirus

A small nonsegmented, negative-sense, single-stranded RNA virus, which infects a broad range of warm-blooded animals and is capable of replicating within the host nuclus.
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(60.) Volmer R, PRAT ChMA, Masson G, Garenne A, Gonzales-Dunn A (2007) Borna disease virus infection impairs synaptic plasticity.
Failure to detect borna disease virus antigen and RNA in human blood.
Inhibition of borna disease virus replication by an endogenous bornavirus-like element in the ground squirrel genome.
Reverse transcription real-time PCR assays for detection and quantification of Borna disease virus in diseased hosts.
Detection of Borna disease virus RNA in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded brain tissues by nested PCR.
([section]) Detection of the X-protein (p14) and the phosphoprotein (p24) of Borna disease virus by immunohistochemical testing.
In borna disease virus infected rabbit neurons 100 nm particle structures accumulate at areas of Joest-Degen inclusion bodies.
Borna disease virus and neuropsychiatric disease--a reappraisal.
Borna disease (BD) is a severe immunopathologic disorder of the central nervous system induced by infection with Borna disease virus (BDV), the prototype of a new virus family, Bornaviridae, within the order Mononegavirales.
Rats, tree shrews, and monkeys (mammals like us--some much like us) infected with Borna disease virus behave much like humans with bipolar disorder.
Borna disease virus (BDV), which is endemic in parts of Europe, infects a broad range of species and causes a rare meningoencephalitis in horses and sheep.