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Replicate

To duplicate, copy, or repeat; to reproduce in the likeness of the original.
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IMVAMUNE is being developed as a smallpox vaccine for individuals for whom traditional replicating vaccines are contraindicated, such as people with atopic dermatitis (AD) and HIV.
The development of cancer involves a 'perfect storm' of stem cells containing DNA mistakes that are replicating in response to damage or wear and tear.
"The research will involve listening to, identifying and replicating sound and stressed syllables from Welsh and Welsh speech patterns.
In cell culture tests, TCA1 on its own killed more than 99.9 percent of ordinary, actively replicating TB bacteria within three weeks, and in combination with isoniazid or rifampin, could kill 100 percent within that period.
Replicating data without any knowledge of what application is using the data or how it is using the data represents a substantial risk when it comes time to recover the application.
Replicating a process that occurs in clouds, the diffusion of water vapor controlled where and when new hexagons of ice would be added to the growing crystal.
Once the mirrored data element is established by creating a copy of the original data element, the mirror is maintained by replicating all write operations in two (or more) places creating identical copies.
This sees swarms of self replicating mini robots, smaller than viruses, multiplying out control like a kind of cancer and devouring the earth.
Replicating great experiences in the lives of others is something we practice in our offices and throughout the pages of our magazine.
Worms are "self-contained" code or programs that have the goals of replicating themselves and compromising as many computers as they can reach with (increasingly) little or no intervention from the computer user.
When a virus undergoes its so-called life cycle, it takes on various forms and manifestations, for instance, as a replicating nucleic acid in the host cell or vector.
"WANSync Server ensures seamless availability by synchronizing entire application servers and constantly replicating them to either local or remote replicas in real time.