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Properties of replication-competent vesicular stomatitis virus vectors expressing glycoproteins of filoviruses and arenaviruses.
Wool feeding Subfamily: Melanoplinae Melanoplus femurrubrum--Intermediate host of the avian tapeworms (Choanotaenia infundibulum and Tetrameres americana) Melanoplus sanguinipes--possible reservoir and vector of vesicular stomatitis Virus
Growth inhibition of oral bacteria related to denture stomatitis by anti-candidal chalcones.
McCullough MJ, Abdel-Hafeth S, Scully C: Recurrent aphtous stomatitis revisited; clinical features, associations, and new association with infant feeding practices.
The first nine chapters address vectors used in gene therapy against cancer, including adenoviral, lentiviral, retroviral, asphavirus, vesicular stomatitis virus, parvovirus, and nonviral vectors.
IT sounds as if you have Angular Stomatitis, which is the name for the redness and small paper cuts that you can get at the side of our mouth.
Capecitabine patients had significantly lower rates of neutropenia, stomatitis, nausea, vomiting, alopecia, and diarrhea than fluorouracil plus leucovorin patients, but severe hand-foot syndrome occurred significantly more often in capecitabine patients.
To make the vaccines, the researchers stripped the vesicular stomatitis virus of a particular gene and replaced it either with a gene that encodes a protein on the Marburg virus or with a gene for a protein on the Ebola virus.
In Xeloda monotherapy for metastatic colorectal cancer, the most common adverse events were anemia (80%), diarrhea (55%), hand-foot syndrome (54%), hyperbilirubinemia (48%), nausea (43%), fatigue/weakness (42%), abdominal pain (35%), dermatitis (27%), vomiting (27%), appetite decreased (26%), stomatitis (25%), pyrexia (18%), edema (15%), constipation (14%), dyspnea (14%), neutropenia (13%), pain (12%), back pain (10%), and headache (10%).
Other relatively common diseases are stomatitis (inflammation of the mouth lining) and problems with the intestines, which can both cause a depressed appetite.
Atypical symptoms of celiac disease include dermatitis herpetiformis, iron-deficiency anemia, recurrent fetal loss, infertility, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, elevated liver transaminases, and loss of tooth enamel.