CMV

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Related to cytomegalovirus: Cytomegalovirus infection, Epstein Barr virus
AcronymDefinition
CMVCytomegalovirus
CMVCommercial Motor Vehicle
CMVCucumber Mosaic Virus
CMVCurrent Market Value (finance)
CMVConventional Mechanical Ventilation
CMVCommon Mode Voltage
CMVContinuous Mandatory Ventilation (mechanical ventilation)
CMVCoordinated and Multiple Views in Exploratory Visualization (IEEE conference)
CMVCisplatin, Methotrexate, Vinblastine (chemotherapy combination)
CMVCryptographic Module Validation (NIST)
CMVComunità Missionaria di Villaregia (Missionary Community of Villaregia)
CMVCombat Mobility Vehicle
CMVControlled Medical Vocabularies
CMVChristelijke Motorrijders Vereniging
CMVConstrained Minimum Variance
CMVCasa Myrna Vazquez (Boston, Massachusetts domestic violence organization)
CMVConverted Meteorological Visibility (aviation)
CMVCounter Mobility Vehicle
CMVCapitalized Manufacturing Variances
CMVCoûts Moyens Variables
CMVCercle des Magiciens du Var (French magicians' association)
CMVConstructions Mécaniques du Villeneuvois (French: Villeneuve Mechanical Engineering; Villeneuve, France)
CMVConstructions Métalliques de Vendée (French metal manufacturing company)
CMVCassava Mosaic Virus
CMVConstructions Métalliques Vauclusiennes (French steel construction company)
cmvcapitalization of manufacturing variances
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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) invades cells throughout the body and spews out copies that infect other cells.
Analysis of the current and future competition in the seven key countries Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Infections Therapeutics market.
High frequency of human cytomegalovirus DNA in the liver of infants with extrahepatic neonatal cholestasis.
Continuous human cytomegalovirus seroconversion in a large group of healthy donors.
Diagnosis and management of human cytomegalovirus infection in the mother, fetus, and newborn infant.
Occurrence of cytomegalovirus retinitis after human immunodeficiency virus immunosuppression.
In this context, the present report acquires greater significance, as it emphasizes the importance of establishing cost-effective, rapid and informative techniques in India for the diagnosis and typing of human cytomegalovirus, which is an extremely important pathogen in these clinical settings.
This unwelcome trend is due to two simultaneous recent developments: The percentage of liver recipients who are cytomegalovirus (CMV) seropositive prior to transplantation is decreasing, while the organ donor population is getting older.
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