vaccinia

Virus of the Orthopoxvirus family used in vaccination against smallpox. Related to, but not identical to, cowpox virus. Also used as a vector for introducing DNA into animal cells.

Vaccinia

The cowpox virus used to vaccinate against smallpox and, experimentally, as a carrier of genes for antigenic determinants cloned from other disease organisms.
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Vaccinia

Vaccinia: 1. The cowpox virus which is used to vaccinate against smallpox. 2. A cutaneous or systemic reaction to vaccination with the smallpox vaccine as, for example, in congenital vaccinia and progressive vaccinia.
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vaccinia

<dermatology> The cutaneous and sometimes systemic reactions associated with vaccination with smallpox vaccine. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vaccinia

(vak-sin´e-ә) the cutaneous and sometimes systemic reactions associated with vaccination with smallpox vaccine. See also cowpox and paravaccinia. generalized vaccinia a condition of widespread vaccinal lesions resulting from sensitivity response to smallpox vaccination and delayed p...
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Vaccinia

• (n.) Cowpox; vaccina. See Cowpox.
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vaccinia

(L., from vacca cow) the cutaneous and sometimes systemic reactions associated with vaccination with smallpox vaccine.
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vaccinia

vaccinia The cutaneous and sometimes systemic reactions associated with vaccinations with smallpox vaccine.
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vaccinia

Type: Term Pronunciation: vak-sin′ē-ă Definitions: 1. An infection, primarily local and limited to the site of inoculation, induced in humans by inoculation with the vaccinia virus, type species in the genus Orthopoxvirus (family Poxviridae) to confer resistance to smallpox. On about the third day after this vaccination, papules for...
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Vaccinia

Vaccinia virus (VACV or VV) is a large, complex, enveloped virus belonging to the poxvirus family. It has a linear, double-stranded DNA genome approximately 190 kbp in length, and which encodes approximately 250 genes. The dimensions of the virion are roughly 360 × 270 × 250 nm, with a mass of approximately 5-10 fg. Vaccinia virus is the active ...
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vaccinia

cow-pox
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