BPV

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BPVBlood Pressure Variability
BPVBit Pointer Value
BPVBusiness Purpose Vehicle
BPVby-Pass Valve
BPVBypass Valve (hydraulics)
BPVBenign Positional Vertigo
BPVBanca Popolare di Verona (Italian Bank)
BPVBack Pack Vacuum (various companies)
BPVBoiler and Pressure Vessel (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
BPVBipolar Violation
BPVBullet Proof Vest
BPVBasis Point Value
BPVBreed Platform Verzekerden (Dutch: Broad Platform Insured)
BPVBovine Papilloma Virus
BPVBadminton Point Vienna (club; Vienna, Austria)
BPVBuilding Public Value (British Broadcasting Corporation; UK)
BPVBack Pressure Valve (oil and gas industry)
BPVBrake Proportioning Valve
BPVBupivacaine
BPVBullet Piercing Valve (ice maker installation)
BPVBusiness Process View
BPVBonnes Pratiques Vétérinaires (French: Good Veterinary Practices)
BPVBundesamt für Privat Versicherungen (Bern, Switzerland)
BPVBipropellant Valve
BPVBattle Planning and Visualization
BPVBackflow Prevention Valve
BPVBadminton du Pays Voironnais (French badminton club)
BPVBiologie et Pharmacologie du Vieillissement (French: Biology and Pharmacology of Aging)
BPVBleeding per Vagina
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Some studies on bovine papilloma virus infection in cattle with trials of its treatment.
Identification of bovine papilloma virus 10 in teat warts of cattle by DNase- SISPA, (online pub.July-2010)
Bovine papilloma is most common viral disease of cattle caused by bovine papilloma virus (BPV) which is manifested as benign tumors or warts on epithelial tissue (Turk et al., 2005).
Severe bovine papillomatosis: detection of bovine papilloma virus in tumor tissue and efficacy of treatment using autogenous vaccine and parammunity inducer.
There are six types of bovine Papilloma virus affecting cattle and horse and same type of viruses are isolated from papillomatus lesion of sheep, goat, swine, dog, rabbit and human beings (Pattanayak, 2004).
Warts are caused by infection with the contagious bovine papilloma virus.
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