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AVPAvoirdupois (weight)
AVPAlien(s) Vs. Predator
AVPAssistant Vice President
AVPAssociation of Volleyball Professionals
AVPArginine Vasopressin
AVPAssociate Vice President
AVPAudio Video Presentation
AVPAnti-Violence Project
AVPanti Viral Professional
AVPanti Virus Package
AVPAdaptive Video Process
AVPAttribute Value Pair
AVPAverage Voice Packet
AVPAudio Visual Processor
AVPanti Virus Plug-in
AVPanti Virus Protection
AVPAalto Ventures Program (Espoo, Finland; education)
AVPAnti-Virus Pro (Panda)
AVPAttribute-Value Pair
AVPAvant-Projet (French: Draft; various organizations)
AVPAudio-Video Production
AVPAny Valid Point (biology examination)
AVPAdvanced Video Processor
AVPAccident sur la Voie Publique (French: Accident on Public Ways; traffic accident)
AVPAlternative to Violence Project
AVPAntiviral Protein
AVPActing Vice President (various organizations)
AVPAcademical Village People (University of Virginia a cappella group)
AVPAmbulatory Venous Pressure
AVPAdaptive Voltage Positioning
AVPArubaanse Volkspartij
AVPAnthrax Vaccination Program (US CDC)
AVPAnalysis at Various Prices
AVPAdministración de Vivienda Pública (public housing administrator, San Juan)
AVPAdult Volunteer Pool (University of Toronto; Canada)
AVPSeaplane Tender, Small (naval ship type; mine craft conversions)
AVPAmerican Volleyball Professionals
AVPAdvanced Vertical Processor (semiconductors)
AVPAuthorized Vendor Program
AVPAssociation des Volontaires de la Paix (Association of Peace Volunteers)
AVPAtlanta Vocal Project (Atlanta, GA)
AVPAssociated Video Producers (Springfield, MO)
AVPAluminium Vérandas Plaisir (French window manufacturer; Plaisir, France)
AVPAverage Wave Period
AVPAzimuth Verification Point
AVPAustralian Veterinary Practitioner (Journal)
AVPAverage Voice Packet (voice over data networks)
AVPAdaptive Video Process/ing/or
AVPApproximate Vertical Profile
AVPArmy Validation Program
AVPWilkes Barre/Scranton, PA, USA - Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International (Airport Code)
AVPARM (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement) Aerial Vehicles Program (US Department of Education)
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The zinc-finger antiviral protein ZAP inhibits line and Alu retrotransposition.
The discovery could lead to researchers using inhibitors in healthy human bodies, ultimately preventing white blood cells from turning off their antiviral proteins and effectively eradicating any chance for HIV to spread throughout the body, as the researchers began experimenting with in their study published in EMBO Journal.
Moreover, HSV60 induced expression of antiviral protein levels was significantly decreased by siIFI16 (Figure 5(d)).
Caption: The lethal Ebola virus (shown in a false-color micrograph) appears susceptible to a combination treatment of antibodies and the antiviral protein interferon alpha delivered by an inactivated virus, a study in monkeys shows.
The researchers injected eggs from ovaries left over after spaying procedures with viruses containing genes for a rhesus monkey version of the antiviral protein and a green fluorescent protein.
Of these, pokeweed antiviral protein (PAP), a 29-kDa naturally occurring protein isolated from the leaves of the pokeweed plant, Phytolacca americana, is particularly promising because it is well characterized and can be purified in relatively large amounts (Irvin, 1995; Irvin and Uckun, 1992; Tumer et al.
The compound - which acts by increasing the levels of a human antiviral protein - could potentially be developed into a new drug to combat the flu, a virus that tends to mutate into strains resistant to anti-influenza drugs.
One goal of antiviral protein design is to block molecular mechanisms involved in cell invasion and virus reproduction.
Washington, Dec 23 (ANI): Scientists have discovered how HIV binds to and destroys a specific human antiviral protein called APOBEC3F.
Washington, Oct 30 (ANI): An antiviral protein produced by the immune system, dubbed tetherin, tames HIV and other viruses by literally putting them on a leash, to prevent their escape from infected cells, according to a new study.
These antiviral proteins, known as type I interferons, are required to fight Zika infection in mothers.