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viral

of, relating to, or caused by a virus

viral

(1) With regard to malware, see virus.

(2) Proliferating at high speed. "To go viral" means that an ad, message or video spreads across the Internet very quickly and is seen by many people. See viral marketing, viral video and viral post.
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Before HIV-infected people start antiretroviral therapy, the CD4 count almost always keeps falling and the viral load almost always keeps rising.
Genital tract HIV-1 RNA shedding among women with below detectable plasma viral load.
Our new system for rapid determination of viral RNA sequence (RDV) uses whole-genome amplification and direct sequencing techniques (Figure 1).
NewsCubes can be placed directly on news sites or in TheNewsRoom, the Web destination site for Voxant's Viral Syndication Network.
Under the R&D agreement, which commenced in 2004, SAFC Biosciences has developed and optimized media specifically for use with Vivalis' widely licensed EBx cells, in the commercial development of viral vaccines for clinical trials and recombinant protein production.
These new treatments would probably target human instead of viral biochemistry, probably greatly reducing the development of viral resistance.
Though antiretroviral therapy has enabled immunologic control of HIV and viral suppression, the use of HAART is associated with decreased HIV-specific immune responses, particularly in patients with chronic HIV infection.
During that time his viral load rose but did not rebound to a high level.
At least two viral genes captured by the human genome millions of years ago encode proteins that, according to new experiments, may guide the development of the human placenta.
Today's antiretroviral combinations can usually make a person's viral load undetectable, even if several combinations have already failed in that person.