Medical Definition of Transstadial transmission

1. Passage of a microbial parasite, such as a virus or rickettsia, from one developmental stage (stadium) of the host to its subsequent stage or stages, particularly as seen in mites. See: transovarial transmission. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transstadial Transmission

transshape
transshaped
transshapes
transshaping
transshift
transship
transshipment
transshipment center
transshipments
transshipped
transshipping
transships
transsonic
transsphenoidal
transsphenoidal adenomectomy
transstadial transmission (current term)
transsubstantiation
transsulfurase
transsulfuration
transsynaptic
transsynaptic chromatolysis
transsynaptic degeneration
transtactic
transtacticity
transtemporal
transtentorial
transtentorial herniation
transthalamic
transtheism
transtheisms

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