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Antigenic shift is the process by which at least two different strains of a virus, especially influenza, combine to form a new subtype having a mixture of the surface antigens of the two original strains. The term antigenic...
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antigenic shift ( ′antə¦jenik ′shift ) ( virology ) An abrupt major change in the antigenicity of a virus; believed to result from
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Illustration demonstrating the genetic change that enables a flu strain to jump from one animal species to another, including humans: antigenic shift.
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An animated look at the two ways in which the flu virus changes: Antigenic Drift vs. Antigenic Shift ... Antigenic Drift Illustration showing how antigenic ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with ... Antigenic shift: A sudden shift in the antigenicity of a virus ... Antigenic shift is seen only with ...
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wiki Bird Flu | A site for tracking bird flu news about avian bird flu and learning about bird flu symptoms, the ... No immunity against antigenic shift ... way, it is called antigenic shift. ...
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Unlike other major diseases, avian influenza has infected an infinitesimal amount of people. ... No immunity against antigenic shift ...
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What is antigenic shift? Meaning of antigenic shift medical term. What does antigenic shift... antigenic shift. Also found in: Dictionary/thesaurus, ...
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... New England Journal of Medicine -- Influenza Vaccine -- Outmaneuvering Antigenic Shift and Drift ... Antigenic shift, which is seen only with influenza A ...
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Influenza Website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ... The other type of change is called "antigenic shift. ...
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Antigenic shift can occur either through direct animal (poultry)-to-human ... Antigenic shift results in a new human influenza A subtype. ...
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This video describes the process by which viruses can share a segment of their gemone with another strain during infection.This video is from:Janeway's Immun...
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Session II: Antigenic Shift--What is it? ... Antigenic shift is an abrupt, major change in the influenza A viruses, resulting ...
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Antigenic shift is the mechanism whereby new human pandemic strains arise. ... The Influenza Virus Antigenic Drift Antigenic Shift Host Specificity Protective ...
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Antigenic shift can take place in two ways.7 First, simultaneous infection of a ... Influenza vaccine--outmaneuvering antigenic shift and drift. ...
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Quote Reply Topic: antigenic shift. Posted: March 29 2006 at 9:34am ... Download the high resolution version of the Antigenic Shift illustration. ...
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Antigenic shift is the process by which at least two different strains of a ... The term antigenic shift is more often applied specifically, (but is not limited) ...
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... when there is a notable genetic change (termed genetic shift) in the circulating ... Download the high resolution version of the Antigenic Shift illustration. ...
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Antigenic shift information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other ... Antigenic shift: mutation, i.e., sudden change in ...
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