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G3

(protocol, compression)
Group 3 fax.

G3

(hardware, processor)

G3

(1) (Generation 3) The third generation of a product, typically hardware rather than software. See 3G.

(2) A series of Macintosh desktops and PowerBook portables from Apple that were based on the PowerPC 750 chip. Models were introduced in 1997 starting at 233 MHz. See G4.

(3) The third generation of IBM's CMOS-based mainframes (Parallel Enterprise Servers), introduced in 1996. See G4, IBM mainframes and Parallel Enterprise Server.

(4) (Group 3) See fax/modem.
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The Abbott group began to focus on hepatitis G-3 when research showed that G-1 appears to be primarily a tamarin virus that was transferred from one monkey to another along with the G.
The team has documented evidence of hepatitis G-3 infection in people in the United States, Canada, Peru, Egypt, West Africa, and Europe.
5 percent of Japanese hepatitis patients who do not have the A through E varieties are infected with the G-3 virus.
Six of 48 patients with unexplained hepatitis in South America had hepatitis G-3 infections, as did 9 of 110 such patients in Europe.
Healthy people may also carry the hepatitis G-3 virus.
The stated expiration date for the subseries G-2 and H-2 LOC is January 1, 2006, and the stated expiration date for the subseries G-3 LOC is Jan.