In addition, orthopterans may cause harm by serving as intermediate hosts for nematodes and several species of tapeworms and as possible reservoirs and vectors of vesicular stomatitis virus (Nunamaker et al.
What does VS stand for?
VS stands for Vesicular Stomatitis
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We have 54 other meanings of VS in our Acronym Attic
- Vertebral Subluxation
- Vertical Scale
- Vertical Slope
- Vertical Speed
- Vertical Stabilizer
- Very Severe (rock climbing grade)
- Very Small Inclusions (3rd lowest quality of diamond)
- Very Special (cognac aged at least 2.5 years)
- Very Superior (cognac)
- Vesaire (Turkish: et cetera)
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The vaccine was made up of a combination of human DNA from melanoma cells and a cousin of the rabies virus called vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV).
Foot and mouth disease blue tongue disease, mucosal disease, papular stomatitis and vesicular stomatitis can all be confused with MCF.
Studying mice, the researchers found that the vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) - carried by a type of white blood cell called T cells - acted as a 'cancer hunter', tracking down tumour cells in the lymph nodes, liver and spleen, and killing them, leaving normal healthy cells unharmed.
Ibaraki, Japan) has patented a method for highly efficient gene transfer into primate-derived embryonic stem (ES) cells has successfully been achieved by using a simian immunodeficiency virus vector (SIV) pseudotyped with VSV-G protein, which is a surface glycoprotein of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) The present invention provides simian immunodeficiency virus vectors for gene transfer to primate ES cells.
The first nine chapters address vectors used in gene therapy against cancer, including adenoviral, lentiviral, retroviral, asphavirus, vesicular stomatitis virus, parvovirus, and nonviral vectors.
Mice have higher seroconversion rates to vesicular stomatitis virus when infected by Ae.
The second contract, awarded in May 2002, supported the study of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) as a potential immunization vehicle for the delivery of HIV immunogens.