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Protiens of High Biological Value (HBV) contain all the essential amino acids in the correct porportions. Proteins of HBV are usually of animal origin, One execption is soya beans which has HBV proteins. Examples of HBV proteins are: Meat, Fish, Cheese, Milk, Eggs, etc.
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What is hbv?

HBV stands for the Hepatitis B virus.  Hepatitis (pronounced: hep-uh-tie-tiss) is a disease of the liver. It is usually caused by a virus, although it can also be caused by l

What do you mean by HBV and LBV protein?

HBV (High Biological Value) Proteins contain all the essential amino acids in the correct porportions. Proteins of HBV are ususally of animal origin. One exeption is soya bean

Is the HBV vaccine quick?

  Yes....It is really just an in and out shot which you have to get sometime in your life...(unfortunately)! :(

What is the difference between HBV and LBV protein?

HBV (High Biological Value) Proteins contain all the essential amino acids in the correct porportions. Proteins of HBV are ususally of animal origin. One exeption is soya bean

Can hbv be tested in a pap smear?

No, a pap smear tests for abnormalities of the cervix or cervical dysplasia. To test for HBV you will need a blood test. JM

What is the prognosis for patients with HBV and HDV?

A large majority of patients with coinfection of HBV and HDV recover from an episode of acute hepatitis. However, about two-thirds of patients chronically infected by HDV go o
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What does HBV means?

HBV is the abbreviation for Hepatitis B Vaccine. Hepatitis B is a liver disease that can spread from one person to another through blood and other bodily fluids.
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Is there HBV vaccine and treatment?

Yes, there is a vaccine. Vaccination with a hepatitis Bvaccine is usually given as a series of two, three, or four vaccineshots over a 4- to 6-month period, depending on the s