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infected

adjective Referring to a host with an infection.
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Such combination led to infection of pigs, which developed respiratory and neurologic symptoms after indirect exposure to infected fruit bats that shed the virus.
Even though these viruses are nothing to sneeze at--especially for the very young, the elderly, and those already weakened by illness--most infected people recover.
A recent set of lab experiments then showed that infected lobsters didn't care whether they shared a hiding place with a healthy lobster or with another sick one.
lives and killed 50 million worldwide (2% of those infected died).
All 34 infants born to women with HIV received antiretroviral prophylaxis, and 32 were followed up; two were HIV-infected at birth, and one was not infected at birth but tested positive by six weeks of age.
It's hard to say why this bird was infected at this time,'' said Vector Control spokeswoman Stephanie Miladin.
But it's not necessarily true that if you are getting "mailer-daemon" messages, you are infected with the worm.
Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water, especially after changing your bandages or touching the infected skin.
PDT on Tuesday, The Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis, or CAIDA, part of UC San Diego's Supercomputer Center, had logged 150,000 infected computer servers and PCs worldwide.
Other elderly people, especially those with weak immune systems, become newly infected with TB.
Until recently, CJD infected no more than one person per million annually in the U.
Men who have sex with other men still represent the largest group of people with AIDS (44%), but the number of women who are infected - either through injecting drug use or heterosexual contact with men who are HIV-infected - continues to rise, with women now representing 18% of the total cases of AIDS (CDC, 1994).