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German-English Dictionary: Virus

viral {adj}med.
Virus {n} [nicht fachspr. auch {m}]
Virus {m} [kurz für: Computervirus] [seltener auch {n}]
virus [short for: computer virus]comp.Internet
virus-infected {adj}comp.med.
adenoassoziiertes Virus {n} <AAV> [ugs. auch {m}: adenoassoziierter Virus]
adeno-associated virus <AAV>biol.
Akabane-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Akabane virusVetMed.
ASF-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
African swine fever virus <ASFV>biol.
Aujeszky-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] [Pseudorabies-Virus]
Aujeszky's virus [also: Aujeszky virus] [pseudorabies virus]biol.VetMed.
behülltes Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}: behüllter Virus]
enveloped virusbiol.
Chandipura-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
chandipura virusbiol.
Chikungunya-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <CHIKV>
Chikungunya virus <CHIKV>biol.
Corona-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
corona virusbiol.med.
Coxsackie-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Cytomegalie-Virus {n} <CMV> [ugs. auch {m}]
cytomegalovirus <CMV>biol.
Delta-Virus {n} [veraltet] [Hepatitis-D-Virus]
hepatitis D virus <HDV>biol.med.
DNS-Virus {m} {n}
DNA virus [virus having DNA]biochem.biol.med.
Duvenhage-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Duvenhage virusbiol.
Ebola-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Ebola virusbiol.med.
Ektromelie-Virus {n} <ECTV> [ugs. auch {m}] [Mäusepocken-Virus]
ectromelia virus <ECTV> [genus Orthopoxvirus, family Poxviridae]med.VetMed.
endogenes Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}: endogener Virus]
endogenous virus <EV>med.
enterisches Virus {n}
enteric virusbiol.med.
Gelbfieber-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
yellow fever virusbiol.med.
gutartiges Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}: gutartiger Virus]
benign virusbiol.comp.med.
Hendra-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Hendra virus [originally equine morbillivirus]VetMed.
Hepatitis-A-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HAV>
hepatitis A virus <HAV>biol.med.
Hepatitis-B-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HBV>
hepatitis B virus <HBV>biol.med.
HI-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HIV>
HI virus <HIV>biol.
HIV-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] [ugs.] [humanes Immundefizienz-Virus]
HIV virus [coll.] [human immunodeficiency virus]biol.
Lassa-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Lassa virusbiol.med.
Lyssa-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
rabies viruszool.
Marburg-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Marburg virusbiol.
Mokola-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Mokola virusbiol.
mutiertes Virus {n}
mutated virusbiol.med.
Myxoma-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
myxoma virusVetMed.
Mäusepocken-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
ectromelia virus <ECTV> [genus Orthopoxvirus, family Poxviridae]med.VetMed.
mousepox virus [genus Orthopoxvirus, family Poxviridae] [ectromelia virus]med.VetMed.
Nipah-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
onkolytisches Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}: onkolytischer Virus]
oncolytic virusmed.
Orf-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
orf virus <ORFV, PPVO> [Parapoxvirus ovis]biol.
RNA-Virus {n} [ugs.: {m}]
RNA virusbiol.
RNS-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
RNA virusbiol.
Rous-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Rous sarcoma virusmed.
Röteln-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
rubella virusmed.
Scharka-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
plum pox virus <PPV>biol.
Schmallenberg-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Schmallenberg virusVetMed.
Staupe-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
canine distemper virusbiol.
unbehülltes Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}: unbehüllter Virus]
non-enveloped virus [also: nonenveloped virus]biol.
Variola-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] [Pockenerreger]
variola virus [smallpox virus]med.
Virus-Clearance {f}
virus clearance <VC>biol.pharm.
Virus-Marketing {n}
virus marketingmarket.
Virus-Sicherheit {f}
viral safetybiol.pharm.
Zika-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Zika virusmed.
Ein Virus grassiert.
There's a bug going round. [coll.]
Affen-Varicella-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] [auch: Simian-Varicella-Virus]
simian varicella virus <SVV>VetMed.zool.
chronisches Paralyse-Virus {n} <CPV> [ugs. auch: chronischer Paralyse-Virus {m}]
chronic paralysis virus <CPV>agr.entom.
Colorado-Zeckenfieber-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
Colorado tick fever virus <CTFV>biol.
Doppelstrang-RNA-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <dsRNA-Virus>
double-stranded RNA virus <dsRNA virus>biol.
Ebola-Virus-Erkrankung {f} [engl. Abk.: EVD]
Ebola virus disease <EVD> [formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever]med.
Einzelstrang-RNA-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
single-stranded RNA virusbiol.
einzelsträngiger RNA-Virus {m} [ugs.]
single-stranded RNA virusbiol.
einzelsträngiges RNA-Virus {n}
single-stranded RNA virusbiol.
Epstein-Barr-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <EBV>
Epstein-Barr virus <EBV>biol.
feliner Immundefizienz-Virus {m} [ugs.]
feline immunodeficiency virus <FIV>VetMed.
felines Immundefizienz-Virus {n}
feline immunodeficiency virus <FIV>VetMed.
Hepatitis-C-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HCV, HVC>
hepatitis C virus <HCV, HVC>med.
Hepatitis-D-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HDV>
hepatitis D virus <HDV, HVD> [HVD is less common]biol.med.
Hepatitis-E-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HEV>
hepatitis E virus <HEV>biol.
Herpes-simplex-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <HSV>
herpes simplex virus <HSV>biol.
Influenza-A-(H5N1)-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
influenza A (H5N1) virusmed.
Kartoffel-X-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
potato virus X <PVX>agr.
Lily-Mottle-Virus {n} <LMoV>
lily mottle virusbiol.
lily streak virusbiol.
lily mosaic virusbiol.
tulip mosaic virusbiol.
tulip break virus <TBV>biol.
tulip breaking potyvirusbiol.
tulip breaking virus <TBV>biol.
Magen-Darm-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
gastrointestinal virusmed.
Marburg-Virus-Krankheit {f}
Marburg (virus) diseasemed.
Maus-Hepatitis-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
mouse hepatitis virusbiol.
Simian-40-Virus {n} <SV 40> [ugs. auch {m}]
simian virus 40 <SV40>biol.med.VetMed.
simianer Immundefizienz-Virus {m} [ugs.] <SIV>
simian immunodeficiency virus <SIV>VetMed.
simianes Immundefizienz-Virus {n} <SIV>
simian immunodeficiency virus <SIV>VetMed.
Varicella-Zoster-Virus {n} <VZV, HHV-3> [ugs. auch {m}]
varicella zoster virus <VZV, HHV-3>med.
Varizella-Zoster-Virus {n} <VZV, HHV-3> [ugs. auch {m}]
varicella zoster virus <VZV, HHV-3>med.
Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] der Immunschwächekrankheit <HIV>
human immuno-deficiency virus <HIV>med.
West-Nil-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
West Nile virus <WNV>med.
von einem Virus befallen
affected by some virus {adj}
an einem Virus erkranken
to contract a virusmed.
akutes Bienen-Paralyse-Virus {n} [ugs. auch: akuter Bienen-Paralyse-Virus {m}]
acute bee paralysis virus <ABPV, APV>agr.entom.
bovines respiratorisches Synzytial-Virus {n} <bovines RSV, BRSV>
bovine respiratory syncytial virus <bovine RSV, BRSV>VetMed.
hochpathogene Influenza-Virus-Infektion {f}
highly pathogenic avian influenza <HPAI> (infection)VetMed.
Humaner Herpes-Virus {m} 5 [ugs.] [Humanes Herpes-Virus {n} 5] <HHV 5>
human herpesvirus 5 <HHV-5>biol.
Humanes Herpes-Virus {n}<HHV 5>
human herpesvirus 5 <HHV-5>biol.
humanes respiratorisches Synzytial-Virus {n} <humanes RSV, HRSV>
human respiratory syncytial virus <human RSV, HRSV>med.VetMed.
Israel Acute Paralysis Virus {n} <IAPV> [ugs. auch {m}] [etwa: Israelisches Akute-Bienenparalyse-Virus]
Israel acute paralysis virus <IAPV>agr.entom.
Maul- und Klauenseuche-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] <MKSV, MKS-Virus> [auch: Maul- und Klauenseuchevirus]
foot-and-mouth disease virus <FMDV, FMD virus>biol.
Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}] der infektiösen Lachsanämie
infectious salmon anaemia virus <ISAV> [Br.]biol.
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