Phylogenetic analysis of human parvovirus B19
, indicating two subgroups of genotype 1 in Vietnamese patients.
The prevalence and persistence of human parvovirus B19
infection in thalassemic patients.
Human parvovirus B19
induces cell cycle arrest at G(2) phase with accumulation of mitotic cyclins.
Pathogenesis of human parvovirus B19
in rheumatic disease.
Takano T, Yamada K: Quantitation of human parvovirus B19
DNA by real-time polymerase chain reaction.
Induction of an invasive phenotype by human parvovirus B19
in normal human synovial fibroblasts.
One of the most significant aspects of human parvovirus B19
infection is its effect on the fetus.
In a research collaboration with the National Institute of Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC), London, England, scientists have demonstrated that SuperFluids[TM] CFI can inactivate more than 4 logs of human Parvovirus B19
in human serum.
Aplastic crisis induced by human parvovirus B19
as an initial presentation of hereditary spherocytosis.
The putative metal coordination motif in the endonuclease domain of human parvovirus B19
NS1 is critical for NS1 induced S phase arrest and DNA damage.
The relationship between arthritis and human parvovirus B19
Although most parvovirus infections in pregnant women don't harm the fetus, human parvovirus B19
(B19V) may cause severe fetal anemia and cardiac failure, potentially leading to nonimmune fetal hydrops.