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free from sepsis or infection

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However, cankers of uninfected, vigorous fungus burst out on new trees each year.
Infectiousness of the virus from this mouse was demonstrated by successful passage through uninfected deer mice (7).
We used weights for disease classes derived for 12 months of data, because these provided a more current assessment of the importance of disease classes and because our emphasis was on the relative ranking of infected and uninfected patients, rather than on absolute risk prediction.
In an ongoing study of the investigational HIV-1 gag DNA vaccine, 109 HIV-1 uninfected volunteers were divided into three groups.
One month after the final injections, uninfected people getting a large vaccine dose had blood concentrations of antibodies against HPV that were 40 times as high as concentrations found in the infected volunteers at the start of the study.
Crompton scientists, in consultation with experts at the Rega Institute in Belgium and McGill University in Canada, have worked to develop UC 781 for the treatment of patients with HIV/AIDS and for the prevention of transmission of the virus to the uninfected.
From the cactus' point of view, that must seem a trend worth encouraging, Medel notes, because mistletoe-ridden plants produced less than half the seeds of uninfected plants.
Crompton scientists, in consultation with world-renowned experts at the Rega Institute in Belgium and McGill University in Canada, have optimized UC781 for the treatment of patients with HIV/AIDS and for the prevention of transmission of the virus to the uninfected.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison report in the August INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY that chickens and mice injected with Ad-36, an adenovirus that causes colds in people, have more body fat than uninfected animals.
The US study detected anti-HIV antibodies by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) testing in 14% of uninfected infants > 18 months of age, with the median time to seroreversion occurring at > 13 months of age.
Their squadron has a plan to preserve uninfected humans and thwart the zombie threat--but it's a make-or-break plan, because the cost of failure will be the fall of human civilization.
Blood smears were collected from infected catbirds on -4, 2, 5, and 14 days after inoculation (dpi) with EEEV, and from a corresponding uninfected control group, to monitor leukocyte counts.
While reducing the risk of MTCT of HIV to below 5 per cent is feasible, the ballooning of HIV-exposed uninfected children resulting from the success of the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT), is still a major threat to child survival.