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NVNevada (US postal abbreviation)
NVNaamloze Vennootschap (Dutch: Limited Liability Company)
NVNon-Vintage (champagne)
NVNavy
NVNight Vision
NVNapa Valley (California)
NVNVIDIA (graphics card maker)
NVNot Voting (US Congress; list of members silent on a roll call)
NVNew Vision
NVNon-Volatile
NVNetVision (Israeli ISP)
NVNature Valley
NVNach Vereinbarung (German: to be agreed)
NVNoise and Vibration (vehicle performance)
NVNeedle Valve
NVNaval Vessel
NVNorwalk Virus
NVNominal Voltage
NVNo Overflow
NVNorthview Elementary (Olathe, Ks)
NVNanovolt
NVNetwork Variable
NVNeighborhood Vehicle
NVNon Vital
NVNonvernalized (biology)
NVNikhil-Vinay (Indian music composers)
NVNobilis Vir (Latin: Noble Man, epigraphy)
NVNoble Vitae (comic)
References in periodicals archive ?
How to Protect against and Treat the Norwalk Virus.
Although Norwalk virus was identified in 1968, good diagnostic tests have been available only since 1993.
The latest cases are showing symptoms similar to the Norwalk virus, but it has not yet been confirmed.
The Norwalk virus, named for an outbreak 30 years ago in Norwalk, Ohio, and a group of Norwalk-like viruses are among several common micro-organisms that can cause diarrhea, stomach pain and vomiting for 24 to 48 hours, according to the CDC;
Spotlight on critical public health issues (from Norwalk virus to the latest vaccination recommendations).
HOSPITAL bosses were meeting today to decide what action should be taken after more than 80 patients and staff were feared to have been affected by an outbreak of the highly contagious Norwalk virus.
More than 80 people were last night feared to have been affected by an outbreak of the highly contagious Norwalk virus at a district hospital.
Researchers at the University of Maryland are testing potatoes to produce a vaccine for Norwalk Virus, which causes a deadly stomach disorder.
Many different viruses can cause gastroenteritis, including rotaviruses, adenoviruses, caliciviruses, astroviruses, Norwalk virus, and a group of Norwalk-like viruses.
One protects against Norwalk virus, which causes diarrhea, and another might protect against the hepatitis B virus which afflicts 2 billion people.
These potatoes contain a viral protein that prevented the Norwalk virus, a foodborne illness that affects 23 million Americans every year, compared with 1.