Eliminating Cell Receptor Prevents Infections in Animal Study
... 23 in Cell Host and Microbe , focused on the coxsackievirus
and adenovirus receptor (CAR), which Bergelson ... to tissues. In some patients, recovery from coxsackievirus
infection is followed by slowly progressive ... et al, "Tissue-specific deletion of the coxsackievirus
and adenovirus receptor (CAR) protects mice from ...
Coxsackievirus Infections Spiked in 2007: CDC
... -- There was an unusually large number of severe coxsackievirus
infections in infants in the United States in 2007, a new federal study says.
B1 (CVB1) is a form of enterovirus, which usually ... According to the Nemours Foundation, outbreaks of coxsackievirus
infections typically occur in cooler climates ...
Coxsackievirus in Medical Dictionary
: A family of entero viruses first found in the town Coxsackie south of Albany, New York. The coxsackievirus
es are separable into two groups: A and B. Type A ... throat) and hand , foot and mouth disease . coxsackievirus
... probably shared one of these organ isms. Infectious causes of pericarditis are most often due to a virus — such as adenovirus or coxsackievirus
— but in some cases, pericarditis is related to bacteria , parasites or fungi. It is more common during the winter months and often ...
... bubbles or fluid behind the eardrum . The fluid may be blood y or purulent (filled with pus ). to a virus — such as adenovirus or coxsackievirus
— but in some cases, pericarditis is related to bacteria , parasites or fungi. When bacteria cause pericarditis , and pus collects ...
... s in the walls of the heart due to a viral infection . Among the offenders are dozen of different common virus es, including the adenovirus , coxsackievirus
, polio virus, echoviruses, and influenza virus es. NASOPHARYNGEAL VIRAL CULTURE S - A collection of nasopharyngeal secretions for the ...
Coxsackievirus in Biological News
MDC researchers prevent virus induced myocarditis
... Dr. Shi said. ( Journal of American College of Cardiology , 2009; 53:1219-1226, doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2008.10.064).*
The receptor used by the coxsackievirus
to infect the heart is the Coxsackie-adenovirus-receptor (CAR). It can be found in the cell membrane of myocardial fibers. Ulrike Lisewski, Dr. Shi, ...
Research details how a virus hijacks cell signals to cause infection
... previously discovered a cell receptor called the coxsackievirus
and adenovirus receptor (CAR) to which the virus ... invasion," said Dr. Bergelson. Specifically, the coxsackievirus
activates kinases, enzymes that are instrumental ... advance an infection."
In describing how the coxsackievirus
takes advantage of signaling pathways, added Dr. ...