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  • n. Plural form of hantavirus.


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  • In a separate study, published in the journal Lancet, an Austrian researcher concludes that domestic cats may also be spreading several rodent-borne viruses, in eluding hantaviruses, notorious in Europe and Asia for causing hemorrhagic fevers and kidney failure.

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  • Rodents throughout the world are afflicted with hantaviruses; areas of the Western part of the United States particularly prairie dog communities are reservoirs of plague, as are many other world regions.

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  • The majority of these viruses are transmitted by insects, except for hantaviruses, which spread through the excreta of mice and rats. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Here's an example: hantaviruses are a nasty strain of pathogens that can cause serious disease in human beings, with a fatality rate close to 40%. Top Stories

  • This paper describes the molecular characterization of hantaviruses from Rattus norvegicus and Rattus tanezumi, the predominant rodents caught in urban Singapore.

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  • Both infection prevalence of hantaviruses in wild reservoir

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  • Wild mice, for example, may be infected with hantaviruses, which can disrupt kidney function.

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  • Virus evolution and genetic diversity of hantaviruses and their rodent hosts.

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  • We compared apathogenic (Tula and Topografov) and pathogenic (Puumala and Seoul) hantaviruses in their ability to regulate cellular signaling pathways and observed a direct virus-mediated down-regulation of external signal-regulated kinases 1 and 2 (ERK1 / 2) survival pathway activity, which was dramatically enhanced by TNF-alpha.

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  • The fold of ERK1 / 2 inhibition correlated with viral replication efficiencies, which varied drastically between the hantaviruses studied.

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