HAD

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AcronymDefinition
HADHIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) Associated Dementia
HADHospitalisation à Domicile (French: Home Hospitalization)
HADHome Affairs Department (Hong Kong)
HADHole Accumulation Diode (Sony)
HADHole Accumulated Diode (Sony)
HADHuman Adenovirus (pathogen)
HADHumanitarian Aid & Development (various locations)
HADHearing Aid Dispenser
HADHole Accumulation Diode
HAD3-Hydroxyacyl-CoA Dehydrogenase (deficiency)
HADHarrow Association of Disabled (UK)
HADHealth Assessment Document
HADHemadsorption (laboratory virus testing)
HADHebrew Association of the Deaf (Philadelphia, PA)
HADHuman Adjuvant Disease
HADAtlantic Haddock
HADHospital Anxiety Depression
HADHomeland Air Defense
HADHardware Data Acquisition
HADHubble Data Archive
HADHeadbangers Against Disco
HADHalmstad, Sweden - Halmstad (Airport Code)
HADHeinemann Australian Dictionary
HADHigh Availability Device
HADHeat Activated Device
HADHigh Aluminum Defect
HADHarness Assembly Drawing (electrical wire assembly drawing for manufacturing of cable harness assemblies)
HADHeat Acquisition Devices
HADHorizontal Acoustic Depiction
HADHeated Air Ducting
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Early studies indicated a minimum dose of [10.sup.5] 50% hemadsorption doses ([HAD.sub.50]) of ASFV KWH/12 was required to cause infection when administered orally in milk (38).
through glucose fermentation, arginine deamination, urea hydrolysis, hemadsorption, and hemolysis tests as previously described (Table 1).
In the present case report, we treated a 5-year-old girl with Down's syndrome who developed toxic shock syndrome and multiple organ failure after an insect bite, using a combination of CVVHD and hemadsorption. Treatment was associated with a rapid and significant stabilization of the hemodynamic situation accompanied by declining catecholamine dosage, improved respiratory status, and a decrease in inflammatory mediators within hours after initiation of therapy.
Old, "Cell surface antigens of human malignant melanoma: mixed hemadsorption assays for humoral immunity to cultured autologous melanoma cells," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
No plaque bacteriophage or lacunae was observed, and the hemadsorption result was negative.
Due to its sialic-acid binding activity, the HN glycoprotein is responsible for hemagglutination and hemadsorption. Viral HN glycoprotein is a specific sialic-acid-binding lectin (HA, hemagglutination) that recognizes glycoconjugate molecules as receptors for the virus to attach to membrane surfaces of host cells.
* Describe the hemadsorption test and immunofluorescent staining techniques used for identification of viruses grown in tissue culture.
The mutations at 372 and 401 residues may be responsible for hemadsorption activity of the NA (14).
Hemadsorption is a means of artificial extracorporeal liver support designed to remove toxins accumulating in patients suffering from acute liver failure (ALF).
Researchers at the National Research Institute for Veterinary Virology and Microbiology (VNIIVViM) in Pokrov, Russia, have developed a classification of ASFV isolates based on a hemadsorption inhibition assay (HAI) with ASFV reference immune antisera.
Hemadsorption and cytopathic effect produced by ASFV in swine bone marrow and buffy coat cultures.
Taken together, a difference in the hemadsorption phenotype observed with erythrocytes from species with either less Neu5Aca2,6Gal or less Neu5Ac linkage overall could be explained by the mammalian origin of the novel pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza viruses.