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viral

Quickly and widely circulated on the Internet, as of content such as a video, picture, or post. Have you seen that viral video of the puppy lounging on a pool float? It's hilarious! This meme is definitely going to go viral.

go viral

To quickly and widely circulate on the Internet, as of a video, picture, or post. I can't believe that video of our puppy lounging on a pool float went viral!
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The researchers focused on pairs of CD4 counts and viral loads measured between 60 and 365 days apart.
When the number of viral particles in the sample was high, we omitted the RNase A and DNase I treatments and used the RNeasy Mini Kit (Qiagen) for RNA extraction.
In addition, their own original news content can be formatted as NewsCubes available for viral mashing and monetization in TheNewsRoom.
Whether treatment interruptions afford more than just a break from treatment by actually altering the dynamics of HIV and lowering the viral set-point is unclear.
believes that carefully structured and monitored treatment interruptions might create an environment in the body whereby the immune system, through repeated raising and lowering of viral levels, learns to identify and effectively control HIV in the body.
Viral surface molecules known as envelope proteins fuse certain viruses to a cell as the first step in infecting it.
JoLynn de la Torre, a spokeswoman for Simi Valley Hospital, said the facility has recorded only five cases of viral meningitis this year - virtually unchanged from last year.
Viral Spiral exclusively represents the owners of many of the world's best known viral videos and YouTube Channels, connecting them with major brands, corporations and advertising agencies and licensing their content to TV production companies, major networks and studios worldwide.
All study participants had their viral load and CD4 count measured regularly from the time they tested positive for HIV, usually every 3 months.
Identifying viral particles by EM is usually sufficient to diagnose a poxvirus infection in clinical samples from patients with typical symptoms of this infection.
1 log drop in viral load in the subset of patients not using 3TC or FTC in their background treatment regimen.
They note that naturally occurring differences in autonomic nervous system activity can be associated with up to a lO0-fold difference in HIV viral load--and suggest testing drugs that might become powerful adjunctive therapies, slowing HIV progression and greatly improving antiretroviral treatment in many patients.
The population of HIV within a patient comprises quasispecies with the high diversity and rapid evolution of viral genomes characteristic of RNA viruses; this forms the basis for the efficient selection of drug-resistant mutants observed under suboptimal treatment conditions.
To alert the body's immune system to a viral infection, they suggest, a cell can use the deformed viral proteins that it builds.
Doctors can now use a new measurement called viral load.