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Replicate

To duplicate, copy, or repeat; to reproduce in the likeness of the original.
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Consistent with our previous data (Pons et al., 2018; Goder et al., 2018), hydroxyurea causes replicative stress in HCT116 cells, and NB4 cells rapidly succumb to apoptosis when treated with hydroxyurea.
Discordant impact of HLA on viral replicative capacity and disease progression in pediatric and adult HIV infection.
Replicative activity of hepatitis B virus is negatively associated with methylation of covalently closed circular DNA in advanced hepatitis B virus infection.
Shedding and immunogenicity data provided by the manufacturer suggest that the new influenza A(H1N1)pdm09-like virus included in the current LAIV4, A/Slovenia/2903/2015, has improved replicative fitness over previous LAIV4 influenza A(H1N1)pdm09-like vaccine strains.
DKC is a disease of defective telomere maintenance, and patients with DKC have premature telomere shortening and subsequent replicative senescence, leading to premature stem cell failure, aging, and cancer predisposition.
Senescent cells in culture increase steadily as the primary line approaches the end of its replicative life span, therefore after each sub culturing; the cells were counted and plated according to the desired densities.
The viral replicative capacity represents the virulence and predicts the speed of disease progress.
U.S.-BASED RESEARCHERS have isolated replicative Zika virus RNA from the brain tissue of infants with microcephaly, and the placenta and fetal tissues from women suspected of being infected with Zika virus during pregnancy.
Replicative senescence was used as an in vitro surrogate for aging [15].
More evidence is accumulated on rs10503253, which is genome-wide significant marker for SZ in Europeans according to initial GWAS and subsequent replicative studies (see above), but is not replicated for Japanese [15] and Han Chinese [16].
HBeAg-negative subjects were further stratified into low replicative carriers (LRC: normal ALT-activity and HBV-DNA < 2000 IU/mL), high replicative carriers (HRC: HBV-DNA between 2000 and 20,000 IU/mL, normal ALT (N ALT) and/or no inflammatory lesions in liver biopsy), and HBeAg-negative hepatitis (ENH: HBV-DNA > 20,000 IU/mL and increased ALT and/or inflammatory lesions in liver biopsy).
In 1961, Hayflick and Moorhead discovered the finite cell growth of fibroblasts after multiple division, later called replicative senescence, which serves as model to study aging [1].