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5,833 Possible Causes for replication

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  • Pneumonia

    […] levels similar to those induced by wild-type RSV replicating to a 5- to 25-fold-higher titer.[] The recovered viruses replicated in vitro as efficiently as the empty vector, with stable expression of RSV F protein.[] Replication and immunogenicity of rMPV-F1 and rMPV-F3 were evaluated in rhesus macaques following intranasal and intratracheal administration.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Given this promising initial result, 3 additional cases were reviewed for potential replication and generalizability.[] Conclusions • Cyplexinol may effectively manage BMD loss experienced during osteoporosis, though more studies are warranted with larger samples to replicate these findings[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    These steroids may cause increased viral replication and promote parenchymal involvement and the development of ARDS.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    These viruses may have the ability to replicate in humans; however, the infections are usually asymptomatic. Copyright 2016. Published by Elsevier B.V.[] With regards to viral AG, pathogens infect enterocytes, replicate inside these cells and subsequently mediate cell lysis. This process leads to epithelium atrophy.[]

  • Influenza

    This generated premature termination codon (PTC)–harboring viruses that exerted full infectivity but were replication-incompetent in conventional cells.[] Feline H7N2 subtype viruses replicated in the respiratory organs of mice, ferrets, and cats without causing severe lesions.[] Experimental studies have reported that tea catechins inhibited influenza viral adsorption and suppressed replication and neuraminidase activity.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    This medication inhibits DNA-gyrase, the enzyme of bacteria, which is responsible for DNA replication and synthesis of bacterial cellular proteins, this causes their death[] After the penetration of the bacteria, they rapidly replicate and may also form a biofilm.[] Incomplete bladder emptying and resisting the normal urge to urinate can allow pathogens to survive and replicate easier in a non-flowing system.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    After HSV enters the mucosal surface, it initiates replication and infects either sensory or autonomic nerve endings.[] Damage to the host is often caused by damage to the cells where the viruses are replicating.[] Pathogenesis In viral pharyngitis, viruses gain access to the mucosal cells lining the nasopharynx and replicate in these cells.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Dallo SF, Baseman JB: Intracellular DNA replication and long-term survival of pathogenic mycoplasmas . Microb Pathogen 2000, 29(5): 301–309. CrossRef Google Scholar 5.[] First generation antihistamines alone have shown favourable effects upon nasal symptoms in adult studies, but this has not been replicated in children.[]

  • Skin Infection

    […] aureus transcripts involved in DNA repair, metabolite transport, and metabolism were up-regulated, suggesting an increase in the machinery encoding molecules involved in replication[] Instead, viruses reproduce by infecting a host and using the host's DNA repair and replication systems to make copies of itself.[]

  • Sunburn

    In the bottommost basal layer, skin cells called keratinocytes replicate, creating daughter keratinocyte cells that then move up to the higher layers.[]

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