Laboratory-acquired infections with Hantaan virus, the etiologic agent of Korean hemorrhagic fever.
What does KHF stand for?
KHF stands for Korean Hemorrhagic Fever
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We have 18 other meanings of KHF in our Acronym Attic
- Kopili Hydro Electric Project (Assam, India)
- Kansas Hospital Education and Research Foundation (health care)
- Key Home Equity Services
- Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation
- Kementerian Hal Ehwal Ugama (Brunei)
- Kansas Health Foundation (private philanthropy group)
- Kent History Federation (UK)
- Kingston Hospital Foundation (hospital financial support association; Kingston, NY)
- Know How Fund (UK)
- Korea Hapkido Federation (martial arts; Weymouth, MA)
- Kern High Faculty Association (Bakersfield, CA)
- Kidderminster Harriers Football Club (UK)
- Kingdom Hearts Fan Club (gaming)
- Koninklijke Haarlemsche Football Club (Dutch: Royal Australian Football Club Haarlem; Haarlem, Netherlands)
- Korea Housing Finance Corporation (South Korea)
- Kitty Hawk Fire Department (North Carolina)
- Kings Highway Faith Fellowship (Atlantic Highlands, NJ)
- Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix (video game)
- Kearney Horticultural Field Station (California)
- Korean Hemorrhagic Fever Virus
Samples in periodicals archive:
coli 0157:H7; the revival of Group A Streptococcal diseases; antibiotic resistance in bacteria; Korean hemorrhagic fever and Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome; and others.
Unarmed and unnoticed as it moved among its prey-striking indiscriminately -- this insidious killer was a disease: Korean hemorrhagic fever (KHF).
For example, DOD-sponsored scientists are seeking defenses against viruses that cause yellow fever, Rift Valley fever, Korean hemorrhagic fever and dengue fever; bacteria causing botulism, anthrax and plague; various snake-venom and animal toxins; and several parasitic organisms.
Some examples include: Lassa fever, Marburg virus, Ebola virus, Bolivian haemorrhagic fever, Korean hemorrhagic fever, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever and Dengue hemorrhagic fever.
Isolation of the etiologic agent of Korean hemorrhagic fever.
An additional rodent species, Apodemus agrarius, is the primary reservoir of Hantaan virus (HTN), the causative agent of Korean hemorrhagic fever, which is found throughout Korea and China but not in Europe.
Observations on natural and laboratory infection of rodents with the etiologic agent of Korean hemorrhagic fever.