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English: Electron micrograph of a Varicella (Chickenpox) Virus. Varicella or Chickenpox, is an infectious disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which results in a blister-like rash, itching, tiredness and fever.
ไทย: ไวรัสวาริเซลลา. ไวรัสอีสุกอีใส.
Euskara: Barizelaren mikrografia.
Deutsch: Varicella-zoster-Virus (VZV). Hühnerpockenvirus. Varicella-zoster-Virus (VZV). Elektronenmikroskopische Aufnahme des Varizella-Zoster-Virus (VZV). Varizella-Zoster-Virus im TEM. Hoaxivirus A. Humanes Beispielvirus. Humanes Beispielvirus. Hoaxivirus A.
Slovenščina: Virus noric.
Latina: virus varicellae zoster.
Runa Simi: Hawaqlla muru unquy añaw (Varicella-Zoster nisqa), iliktrun mikruskupu nisqawan qhawasqa.
Date 1982
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