High frequency of human cytomegalovirus DNA in the liver of infants with extrahepatic neonatal cholestasis.
What does HCMV stand for?
HCMV stands for Human Cytomegalovirus
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- Ho Chi Minh Securities Trading Centre (Vietnam)
- Ho Chi Minh Trail (various locations)
- Homeless Cat Management Team (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Hunter Catchment Management Trust (now Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority; New South Wales, Australia)
- Health Care and Management in Tropical Countries (conference)
- Health Care Medical Technology, Inc. (Sioux Falls, SD)
- High Capacity Mobile Telecommunications System
- Discharge Under Honorable Conditions, Minor, Under Age of Authorized Enlistment
- Discharge under Honorable Conditions, under Age of Authorized Enlistment (US Navy)
- Hô Chi Minh Ville (French: Ho Chi Minh City; Vietnam)
- Discharge Under Honorable Conditions, Minor Enlisted Without Consent of Parents or Guardian
- Discharge under Honorable Conditions, Minors Enlisted without Consent, under 18 at Time of Discharge (US Navy)
- Harford Cable Network (Bel Air, MD)
- Health Card Number (universal health care; Canada)
- Health Care News (monthly publication; Heartland Institute)
- Health Communication Network
- Health Council of the Netherlands
- Heritage Conservation Network (India)
- Heterogeneous Computer Network
- High Country News (Paonia, CO)
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Many people won't have heard of human cytomegalovirus, but it will infect the majority of us at some point during our lives.
Previous research by Liu and Lu showed that Salmonella could effectively sneak the anti-viral ribozymes into human cells infected with human cytomegalovirus and reduce the viral load of the cell cultures.
Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is a major cause of birth defects.
Human cytomegalovirus seroepidemiology in the community of Madrid.
Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) has evolved a number of strategies to evade host immune response.