phlebotomus fever virus

phlebotomus fever virus

n.
An arbovirus transmitted by sand flies and causing phlebotomus fever.
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These viruses include influenza virus, lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus, phlebotomus fever virus, cocksackie B virus, echovirus, dengue virus, systemic acute respiratory syndrome virus, parvovirus, smallpox virus, vaccinia virus, and rubella virus (7).
The prevalence of human and animal infection with five phlebotomus fever virus serotypes in Isfahan province.
Clinical and serologic responses of volunteers infected with phlebotomus fever virus (Sicilian type).