double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) virus

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00:55 Jul 22, 2020
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English term or phrase: double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) virus
Definition from Science Direct:
dsRNA viruses are a widely distributed group of viruses that infect practically all organisms, from the mammalian reoviruses to the bacteriophage ϕ6, and include plant and fungal viruses.

Example sentence(s):
  • This result suggested that OsRDR6 acted differently during silencing double-stranded RNA viruses and negative-sense single-stranded RNA viruses.
  • Gentian Kobu-sho-associated virus: a tentative, novel double-stranded RNA virus that is relevant to gentian Kobu-sho syndrome Journal of General Plant Pathology
  • Double-stranded RNA viruses are the largest family of viruses (others include retroviruses and papilloma viruses). One well-known dsRNA virus is rotavirus, which causes diarrhea in humans and each year kills half a million people around the world, mostly children in developing countries. UCLA
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5Kaksijuosteinen RNA-virus
Heidi Lamlih


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Kaksijuosteinen RNA-virus

Definition from Wikipedia:
Kaksijuosteiset RNA-virukset (dsRNA-virukset, Double-stranded RNA viruses) ovat ryhmä viruksia, joiden genomi muodostuu kahdesta toisiinsa sitoutuneesta RNA-juosteesta.

Example sentence(s):
  • Merkittäviä kaksijuosteisia RNA-viruksia ovat esimerkiksi rotaripulia aiheuttava rotavirus, sinikielitautia aiheuttava BTV-virus, kanoja tartuttava IBD-virus ja Pseudomonas-bakteereja tartuttava Φ6-bakteriofagi. - Wikipedia  
Heidi Lamlih
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