any of a group of dna that cause eye and respiratory diseases.
contemporary examples

in addition, it is hoped that non-human adenovirus will be safer than adenovirus.
ebola vaccine will do little for current crisis kent sepkowitz august 27, 2014

herpes virus, adenovirus and many others have been studied against a wide variety of cancers; many trials are ongoing.
are viruses the next cure for cancer? kent sepkowitz may 14, 2014

instead of using a retrovirus (as j-panese scientists had done) that can cause cancer, they are using an adenovirus which is safe.
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the adenovirus he received was simply a vector, bringing a missing gene to his cell.
ebola vaccine will do little for current crisis kent sepkowitz august 27, 2014

any of a group of viruses that can cause upper respiratory diseases in man compare enterovirus, myxovirus

adenovirus ad·e·no·vi·rus (ād’n-ō-vī’rəs)
any of the viruses of the family adenoviridae. also called adenoidal-pharyngeal-conjunctival virus.
any of a group of dna-containing viruses of the family adenoviridae that commonly cause conjunctivitis, gastroenteritis, and respiratory infections such as colds, bronchitis, and pneumonia in humans.

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