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AAV

AAV is a word made from vertically symmetrical letters.

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Aav a.k.a. Allah Valley Airport is an airport serving the general area of Allah Valley, located in Surallah, South Cotabato, in the Philippines.

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  1. Aav a.k.a. The Austroasiatic languages, in recent classifications synonymous with Mon–Khmer, are a large language family of continental Southeast Asia, also scattered throughout India, Bangladesh, and the southern border of China. The name Austroasiatic comes from the Latin words for "south" and "Asia", hence "South Asia". Among these languages, only Khmer, Vietnamese, and Mon have a long-established recorded history, and only Vietnamese and Khmer have official status. The rest of the languages are spoken by minority groups. Ethnologue identifies 168 Austroasiatic languages. These form thirteen established families, which have traditionally been grouped into two, as Mon–Khmer and Munda. However, one recent classification posits three groups while another has abandoned Mon–Khmer as a taxon altogether, making it synonymous with the larger family.
    • also known as 南亚语系
  2. AAV a.k.a. ANCA-associated vasculitides are diseases caused by vasculitis in which antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies can be detected in the blood.
  3. Aav a.k.a. adeno-associated virus integration site 1 is a gene.

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Google previewCentral Nervous System Diseases (1999)

Innovative Animal Models from Lab to Clinic by Dwaine F. Emerich, Reginald L. Dean III, Paul R. Sanberg

Adeno–Associated Vectors (AAVs) AAV is a defective parvovirus that can infect various types of mammalian cells but is not...

Google previewInternational Review of Cytology (2002)

AAV is a nonenveloped virus of 20- to 25-nm diameter and contains a linear, single-stranded DNA genome of 4680 bp...

Google previewBlood Cell Biochemistry (1999)

by Leslie J. Fairbairn, Nydia G. Testa

One of the members of the Parvoviridae family, the adeno-associated virus 2 (AAV), has gained significant attention primarily because AAV is a nonpathogenic human parvovirus (Blacklow, 1988), and the wild-type ...

Google previewGene and Cell Therapy (2015)

Therapeutic Mechanisms and Strategies, Fourth Edition by Nancy Smyth Templeton

AAV MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 4.3.1 ParticLe structure AAV is a nonenveloped particle about 20 nm in diameter with icosahedral symmetry that is stable to heat, mild proteolytic digestion, and nonionic detergents. The AAV particle is ...

Google previewGene Transfer and Expression in Mammalian Cells (2003)

by S.C. Makrides

AAV is a non-pathogenic and replication-defective member of the parvoviridae family. AAV has no etiological association with any known diseases. Its propagation requires the co-infection of an unrelated virus, such as adenovirus or ...

Google previewVision Research Protocols (2001)

by P. Elizabeth Rakoczy

AAV is a defective parvovirus with a single-stranded DNA genome of 4.6 kb comprising two open reading frames coding for nonstructural (Rep) and structural (Cap) proteins. The entire genome is flanked by two identical 145-basepair (bp) ...

Google previewGene Therapy for Diseases of the Lung (1997)

by Kenneth Brigham

AAV is a member of the Dependovirus genus in the Parvoviridae family. Parvoviruses are small, single-stranded DNA viruses with a host range in both the vertebrates and invertebrates (1). AAV is often called a defective or dependent virus ...

Google previewRetinal Pharmacotherapy (2010)

by Quan Dong Nguyen, Eduardo Buchele Rodrigues, Michel Eid Farah, William F. Mieler

Term Description Adeno- associated virus (AAV) vector AAV is a small (20-nm) replication-defective, nonenveloped virus of the genus Dependovirus, family Parvoviridae. AAV is not currently known to cause disease and consequently the virus ...

Google previewGuide for Participants in Peace, Stability, and Relief Operations (2007)

by Robert Perito

The AAV is a fully tracked armored assault amphibious landing vehicle. The vehicle carries troops in water operations from ship to shore. It also carries troops to inland objectives after ashore. It can carry twenty-one troops and is armed with ...

Google previewProgress in Gene Therapy (2000)

Basic and Clinical Frontiers by Roger Bertolotti, Syed Hasan Parvez, T. Nagatsu

First, AAV is a single stranded DNA human parvovirus that, to date, has not been associated with any human disease (Berns, 1996). The non-pathogenic nature of AAV substantially subdues safety concerns often encountered with other vector ...

Google previewStructured Object-Oriented Formal Language and Method (2015)

4th International Workshop, SOFL+MSVL 2014, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, November 6, 2014, Revised Selected Papers by Shaoying Liu, Zhenhua Duan

AAV is an established method, but the information can be found, today, in research papers only. The Alloy-based material may de-mystify the AAV method so that the students may understand there is no magic in them. The students also ...

Google previewProstate Cancer (2007)

Biology, Genetics, and the New Therapeutics by Leland W. K. Chung, William B. Isaacs, Jonathan W. Simons

AAV is an attractive vector for gene therapy because it elicits nearly no immune response, is known to cause no disease in humans, and integrates stably and site specifically in a region on chromosome 19 (40). The genome consists of two ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics (2015)

by Guenter Kahl

Adeno-associated virus (AAV) vector: A viral → vector designed for site-specific → gene targeting in many human cell types, with targeting frequencies ranging from 10−5 to 10−2 per infected cell, which are 1-4 logs higher than those obtained ...

Google previewDictionary of Abbreviations in Medical Sciences (2012)

With a list of the most important medical and scientific journals and their traditional abbreviations by Rolf Heister

Thoracic Surgery AAUS AAV Associated Anesthetists of the United States of America adenoassociated viruses AAV AIDS associated virus (= HIV) AAV Allgemeen Apothekers Verbond; General Association of Pharmacists (The Netherlands) ...

Google previewDesk Encyclopedia of Human and Medical Virology (2010)

by Brian W.J. Mahy, Marc H.V. van Regenmortel

Under certain conditions, such as the treatment of host cells with mutagens or hydroxyurea, AAV DNA replication can be detected in the absence of helper viruses. However, infections without helper virus generally result in a persistent latent ...

Google previewEskimo (Inuktitut) Dictionary (2005)

Eskimo-English, English-Eskimo by Arthur Thibert

aav. ZL. sxv.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Neuroscience (2009)

Volume One by Larry R. Squire

Adeno-Associated Virus AAV vectors are promising therapeutic gene carriers because they can transduce nondividing cells, lack viral genes encoding immunogenic proteins, can be prepared at high titers, and achieve long-term transgene ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Cartooning Techniques (2006)

by Steve Whitaker, Steve Edgell

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AAV Optics

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Scrabble value of A1A1V4

The value of this 3-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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