viraemic


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viraemic

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viremic

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(Medicine) of, relating to, or affected by viraemia
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In global HCV infection, the uncertainty in viraemic prevalence in Nigeria, China and Pakistan account for over 50% of the observed variance, followed by the uncertainty in ratio of HCV prevalence among children to adults.
8,9] The cohort of sexually active, HIV-positive and viraemic youth makes a significant impact on HIV transmission rates, warranting consideration of public health investment.
Because CHIKV infections can cause high viremia and a significant proportion (20%) of infected returned Canadian travelers are viraemic at the time of seeking medical treatment (Drebot et al.
Dengue virus NS1 antigen (DENAG) and test for DENV RNA by reverse transcription PCR (DEN-PCR) positivity is coincident with the early viraemic stage of the first 5 days of initial infection, whilst immunochromatic assay and for human IgM against DENV (DEN-IgM) levels usually come up after 5 days of infection.
The initial days of infection which are characterised by fever are also the viraemic phase of the disease and dengue virus RNA can be detected during this period by Real Time Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT PCR).
CD4-cell count in HIV-1-infected individuals remaining viraemic with highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART).
For horizontal transmission, mosquitoes were either fed on viraemic mice or inoculated intra-thoracically as described earlier, and incubated at 28[degrees]C for 10 days (only fully engorged mosquitoes were used in the oral route of infection).
In one study conducted in Soweto, SA, about one-third of patients receiving the second-line lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r)-based regimen were found to be viraemic.
Viraemic transmission of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus to ticks.
Toll-like receptor expression and responsiveness are increased in viraemic HIV-1 infection.
Interestingly, LTNPs with low viral loads do not possess strong neutralising antibodies, and elite controllers have lower levels of neutralising antibodies than viraemic controllers and progressors.
After the female mosquito feeds on a viraemic patient, viral replication occurs in the mosquito over a 1-2 weeks period before it can transmit the virus on subsequent feeding.