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 Übersetzung für 'EBV infection' von Englisch nach Deutsch
med.
Epstein-Barr virus infection <EBV infection>
Epstein-Barr-Virusinfektion {f} <EBV-Infektion>
Teiltreffer
biol.
Epstein-Barr virus <EBV>
Epstein-Barr-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <EBV>
med.
enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection [Am.] <EHEC infection>
EHEC-Infektion {f}
med.
enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection [Br.] <EHEC infection>
EHEC-Infektion {f}
med.
hepatitis A virus infection <HAV infection>
Hepatitis-A-Virusinfektion {f} <HAV-Infektion>
med.
hepatitis C virus infection <HCV infection>
Hepatitis-C-Virusinfektion {f} <HCV-Infektion>
med.
hepatitis B virus infection <HBV infection>
Hepatitis-B-Virusinfektion {f} <HBV-Infektion>
med.
hepatitis A infection <HAV infection>
Hepatitis-A-Infektion {f} <HAV-Infektion>
med.
hepatitis C infection <HCV infection>
Hepatitis-C-Infektion {f} <HCV-Infektion>
VetMed.
porcine parvovirus infection <PPV infection>
Parvovirus-Infektion {f} des Schweines [Infektion mit dem porzinen Parvovirus]
med.
hepatitis B infection <HBV infection>
Hepatitis-B-Infektion {f} <HBV-Infektion>
med.
Schistosoma-japonicum infection <S. japonicum infection>
Schistosoma-japonicum-Infektion {f} <S.-japonicum-Infektion>
med.
Schistosoma-mekongi infection <S. mekongi infection>
Schistosoma-mekongi-Infektion {f} <S.-mekongi-Infektion>
med.
Schistosoma-mansoni infection <S. mansoni infection>
Schistosoma-mansoni-Infektion {f} <S.-mansoni-Infektion>
med.
Schistosoma-intercalatum infection <S. intercalatum infection>
Schistosoma-intercalatum-Infektion {f} <S.-intercalatum-Infektion>
med.VetMed.
infection
Infektion {f}
732
bot.
infection
Befall {m}
10
med.VetMed.
infection
Infizierung {f}
17
med.VetMed.
infection
Ansteckung {f}
340
med.VetMed.
infection
Infekt {m}
44
agr.hort.
eelworm infection
Älchenbefall {m}
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Übersetzung für 'EBV infection' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Epstein-Barr virus infection <EBV infection>
Epstein-Barr-Virusinfektion {f} <EBV-Infektion>med.

Epstein-Barr virus <EBV>
Epstein-Barr-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <EBV>biol.
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enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection [Am.] <EHEC infection>
EHEC-Infektion {f}med.
enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection [Br.] <EHEC infection>
EHEC-Infektion {f}med.
hepatitis A virus infection <HAV infection>
Hepatitis-A-Virusinfektion {f} <HAV-Infektion>med.
hepatitis C virus infection <HCV infection>
Hepatitis-C-Virusinfektion {f} <HCV-Infektion>med.
hepatitis B virus infection <HBV infection>
Hepatitis-B-Virusinfektion {f} <HBV-Infektion>med.
hepatitis A infection <HAV infection>
Hepatitis-A-Infektion {f} <HAV-Infektion>med.
hepatitis C infection <HCV infection>
Hepatitis-C-Infektion {f} <HCV-Infektion>med.
porcine parvovirus infection <PPV infection>
Parvovirus-Infektion {f} des Schweines [Infektion mit dem porzinen Parvovirus]VetMed.
hepatitis B infection <HBV infection>
Hepatitis-B-Infektion {f} <HBV-Infektion>med.
Schistosoma-japonicum infection <S. japonicum infection>
Schistosoma-japonicum-Infektion {f} <S.-japonicum-Infektion>med.
Schistosoma-mekongi infection <S. mekongi infection>
Schistosoma-mekongi-Infektion {f} <S.-mekongi-Infektion>med.
Schistosoma-mansoni infection <S. mansoni infection>
Schistosoma-mansoni-Infektion {f} <S.-mansoni-Infektion>med.
Schistosoma-intercalatum infection <S. intercalatum infection>
Schistosoma-intercalatum-Infektion {f} <S.-intercalatum-Infektion>med.
infection
Infektion {f}med.VetMed.

Befall {m}bot.

Infizierung {f}med.VetMed.

Ansteckung {f}med.VetMed.

Infekt {m}med.VetMed.
eelworm infection
Älchenbefall {m}agr.hort.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The authors reported that the degranulation and number of IFN-γ producing NK cells were reduced in most patients (although it is unclear if this included the "SKIV2L" patients) and proposed that this  could lead to susceptibility to RNA viruses, with 4/9 patients harbouring a chronic EBV infection and one patient dying of measles.
  • Human CD35, also known as complement receptor 1 (CR1), is an additional attachment factor for gp350/220, and can provide a route for entry of EBV into CD21-negative cells, including immature B-cells. EBV infection downregulates expression of CD35.
  • In a study at Boston Children's Hospital, in coordination with Dana–Farber Cancer Institute, in which immunocompromised mice had contracted lymphomas from EBV infection, an NK-activating receptor called NKG2D was fused with a stimulatory Fc portion of the EBV antibody.
  • EBV is detected in 30% to 50% of HL-not RT cases (see Epstein–Barr virus-positive Hodgkin lymphoma). EBV infection in CLL/SLL malignant B lymphocytes is often diagnosed using In situ hybridization to detect Epstein–Barr virus–encoded small RNAs (i.e.
  • JDP2 inhibits the promoter of the Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) immediate early gene BZLF1 for the regulation of the latent-lytic switch in EBV infection.

  • Heterophile antibodies are of particular importance in clinical medicine for their use in detecting Epstein-Barr Virus (the causative agent of infectious mononucleosis). EBV infection induces the production of several antibody classes, of which heterophile antibodies are one (others include anti-i, rheumatoid factor and ANA).
  • concluded that BCG treatment or EBV infection transiently modified the autoimmunity that underlies advanced type 1 diabetes.
  • Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) infection is associated with nasopharyngeal cancer.
  • Straus discovered that infection with EBV very occasionally results in a life-threatening chronic progressive disease, now called chronic active EBV infection.
  • and typically lack EBV infection.

  • Chronic active EBV infection or in its expanded form, chronic active Epstein–Barr virus infection is a very rare and often fatal complication of Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) infection that most often occurs in children or adolescents of Asian or South American lineage, although cases in Hispanics, Europeans and Africans have been reported.
  • EBV infection is associated with Burkitt lymphoma. The sporadic variant of Burkitt lymphoma is associated with EBV in only 10–20% of cases.
  • Inherited CTPS1 deficiency is associated with a severe immunodeficiency syndrome characterised by life-threatening varicella zoster virus (VZV) and Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) infection in the first decade of life.
  • Antibody titers to EBV were measured in 14 of these patients and only five had abnormal antibody patterns consistent with chronic active EBV infection.
  • Mekky paused his career for a period of time [...] after suffering from Epstein Barr virus (EBV) infection. He caught the virus after sharing water bottles with his fellow boxing trainees.

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