SV

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AcronymDefinition
SVSurvival
SVSave (baseball relief pitcher statistic)
SVEl Salvador (country top level domain)
SVSilicon Valley
SVSummer Vacation
SVSolenoid Valve
SVStroke Volume
SVSmallville
SVSievert (radiation dose unit of measure)
SVSupport Vector (learning algorithms)
SVSteve Vai (musician)
SVSimi Valley (California)
SVSims Vacation (game)
SVSierra Vista
SVSuper Veloce (Lamborghini)
SVSite Visit
SVSaudi Arabian Airlines
SVSouth Vietnam
SVSimian Virus
SVSosialistisk Venstreparti (Norwegian political party)
SVState Vector (physics)
SVSuper Value
SVSchülervertretung
SVSurface Vehicle
SVSound Velocity
SVScout Vehicle
SVStructural Variation (genomics)
SVSpace Vehicle
SVService View
SVVerein für Deutsche Schäferhunde e.V.
SVStochastic Volatility
SVStudieförbundet Vuxenskolan (Sweden)
SVSonoma Valley (California)
SVStop Valve
SVSurvival Vest
SVSuper Villain
SVSexual Violence
SVSteam Valve
SVSubclavian Vein
SVSun Valley High School (Aston, Pennsylvania)
SVSudden Victory (wrestling)
SVSleeve Valve (petroleum production hardware)
SVSluice Valve
SVSe Vende (Spanish)
SVSystems View
SVSchedule Variance
SVSecurity Version (Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2)
SVSport Veloce (Lamborghini model)
SVScientific Visualization
SVSatellite Vehicle
SVSpeed Value
SVScalar Value (programming)
SVSound Vision
SVSecure Voice
SVSoftware Visualization
SVSweet Vermouth (alcoholic beverage)
SVSegmental Vitiligo (skin disorder)
SVService Vendor (Bellcore)
SVSafety Valve
SVShutttle Vehicle
SVSingular Vector
SVSavona, Liguria (Italian province)
SVSuceava County (Romania)
SVSailing Vessel
SVSteam Vat (drafting and design)
SVSüddeutscher Verlag (German publisher)
SVSniper Variant
SVStaff Vacancy (on overtime forms)
SVStudent Venture
SVSiemens VDO Automotive Ag (aka SVDO)
SVSpecial Volunteer (various organizations)
SVSurvivability/Vulnerability
SVScience Verification (Hubble Telescope)
SVSuggested Viewing
SVShipment Visibility
SVSacral Vertebrae
SVSignificant Violator
SVScience de La Vie (French: Life Science)
SVSubmarine Radar (submarine radar)
SVStatic Vessels (band)
SVSampling Visit
SVSub Verbo (Latin: Under the Word, Under the Heading of)
SVSelective Volunteer (US DoD)
SVSisters of Life (Sorores Vitae) (religious order)
SVStarting Vector
SVStar Vipers (gaming club)
SVSpiritus Vini (Latin: alcoholic Spirit)
SVSkanes Väl (Scania's Welfare)
SVSeed Vector
SVSalva Trucha (Guatemala gang)
SVSilent Vengeance (gaming; band)
SVSahel Vert (Burkina Faso)
SVSpeech Voltmeter
SVSapper Vehicle
SVSacra Virgra (Latin: Consecrated Virgin; religious inscription)
SVSpacer Vest
References in periodicals archive ?
Enumeration of the simian virus 40 early region elements necessary for human cell transformation.
Sequences from polyomavirus and simian virus 40 large T genes capable of immortalizing primary rat embryo fibroblasts.
How did a benign simian virus manage to create such havoc?
BK virus, JC virus, and simian virus 40 infection in humans, and association with human tumors.
5 -- 1000 patients) EBV DNA ~70% -- in tumors SV40 DNA < 10% -- in tumors HHV-8 DNA 0 Primary effusion in tumors lymphoma (100%) castleman's disease (100%) Abbreviations: NHL, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma; CNS, central nervous system; HAART, highly active antiretroviral therapy; EBV, Epstein-Barr virus; SV40, simian virus 40; HHV-8, human herpesvirus 8; ND, not determined.
Simian virus 40) which have shown to cause unique cancers in some people.
Researchers examined nearly 400 tumors and control tissues and found the viral footprint for simian virus 40 (SV40) in the tumors of 43 percent of patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
The "footprint" of simian virus 40 (SV40) was found in 43percent of the non-Hodgkin's samples.
The UROtsa cell line was derived from the normal urothelium lining the ureter and was immortalized using the simian virus 40 (SV40) large T antigen (17,18).
Lednicky, "Cell and Molecular Biology of Simian Virus 40: Implications for Human Infections and Disease," Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 91: 2(1999): 119-134.
Researchers at the University of Alabama announced January 31 that they found a simian virus that does not cause the disease in chimps and is genetically a close match to the virus found in humans.