Recent Examples of virology from the Web
Together, the team picks apart the latest news in virology and discusses big-name viruses, such as Zika, HIV and influenza.
Miyashiro was now living in student housing in the Bronx with his wife, a graduate student in virology at Einstein College.
Researchers had only identified viral particles for the first time less than 30 years before the height of the flu pandemic and the fledgling field of virology was just beginning to identify them as causes of disease in plants and animals.
It's hosted by Vincent Racaniello, a Columbia University professor, along with other virology experts.
Now a postdoc at David Smith’s virology laboratory at UC San Diego, Ita might never have gotten there without the help of two long-running NIH programs to attract minorities into biomedical research.
The county has its own virology laboratory, including a $300,000 P.C.R. machine acquired specifically for Zika testing.
On Dec. 12, the virology group at the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory identified the virus as H7N2.
But where else could jokes about naked singularities, entropy or virology be truly appreciated?
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Origin and Etymology of virology
First Known Use: circa 1935See Words from the same year
VIROLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of virology for English Language Learners
medical : the study of viruses and the diseases they cause
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