Medical Dictionary


noun plural Par·vo·vi·ri·dae \ˌpär-vō-ˈvir-ə-ˌdē\

Medical Definition of Parvoviridae

  1. :  a family of small single-stranded DNA viruses that have a virion 18 to 26 nanometers in diameter without an encompassing envelope and a capsid composed of 60 copies of a protein and that include the causative agents of panleukopenia, fifth disease, and parvovirus

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