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pantropic

/pan·tro·pic/ (pan-tro´pik) having an affinity for or affecting many tissues or cells.

pantropic

(păn-trŏp′ĭk, -trō′pĭk)
adj.
Having an affinity for or indiscriminately affecting many kinds of tissue: pantropic viruses.

pantotropic, pantropic

having affinity for tissues derived from all three of the germ layers (ectoderm, entoderm and mesoderm).
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Neutralizing antibody response of sheep to pantropic and neurotropic Rift Valley fever virus.
Biogeogiphic types: 1 Pantropic, 2 Tropical Asia and Tropical America disjunct, 3 Old World Tropics, 4 Tropical Asia to Tropical Australia, 5 Tropical Asia to Tropical Africa, 6 Tropical Asia, 7 North Temperate, 8 East Asia and North America disjunct, 9 Old World Temperate, 10 Temperate Asia, 11 Mediterranean region.
The best identities among CCoV-IIa isolates were to strain Insavc-1, which has been proposed as intermediate virus between CCoV and TGEV (26) and to the more recent pantropic strain CB/05 (11) in the 5' and 3' ends, respectively.
14) Unlike pantropic CCoV (11-13), TGEV-like CCoV was not able to spread systemically.
We report the identification of a pantropic, highly pathogenic variant of CCoV type II.
8 kb) of the pantropic CCoV strain was determined by RT-PCR amplification and sequencing of overlapping fragments.
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