TBEV

(redirected from tick-borne encephalitis virus)
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AcronymDefinition
TBEVTick-Borne Encephalitis Virus
TBEVTidal Breathing Expiratory Volume
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Detection and characterization of tick-borne encephalitis virus in Baltic countries and eastern Poland.
Some epidemiological aspects of infections caused by tick-borne encephalitis virus in the region of Gorj [in Romanian].
POWV IgM ([paragraph]) POWV PRNT 1 Nonspecific ** 5,210 <20 2 Positive 160 10 3 Positive 2,560 40 4 Positive 1,280 320 5 Positive 2,560 160 * Tick-borne encephalitis virus.
Monoclonal antibodies directed against tick-borne encephalitis virus with neutralizing activity in vivo.
Epizootiological study of tick-borne encephalitis virus infection in Japan.
Humoral immunity in natural infection by tick-borne encephalitis virus.
Natural tick-borne encephalitis virus infection among wild small mammals in the southeastern part of western Siberia, Russia.
Identification of tick-borne encephalitis virus ribonucleic acid in tick suspensions and in clinical specimens by a reverse-transcription-nested polymerase chain reaction assay.
In the same sample, low IgG titers against tick-borne encephalitis virus and DENV (1:40 and 1:80, respectively) were noted (cutoffs <1:20).
Shedding of infectious tick-borne encephalitis virus in milk was detected after experimental infection of goats, and the consumption of raw milk has been associated with tick-borne encephalitis virus clusters (5).
The most likely candidate is POWV but without an isolate or sequence data, tick-borne encephalitis virus or other Eurasian flavivirus cannot be ruled out, and we cannot rule out the possibility that the virus is a flavivirus with no known vector.