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undetectable

(ŭn″di-tek′tă-bĕl)
Not found with contemporary laboratory testing; unmeasurable. The term applies to chemicals, contaminants, pathogens, or toxins in samples of air, blood, other fluids, or tissues.
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A tiny proportion of HIV-positive people--called elite controllers--maintains an undetectable viral load without taking antiretroviral therapy.
It is the ideal event for introducing the first undetectable embedded transmission of voice, data or audio in an LTE communication signal using Digital Chaos(TM) technology.
Five months after being lost to care, the child was again examined by medical staff and found to have undetectable levels of HIV, as the child's HIV viral load remained undetectable in the absence of ART for more than two years.
Yet the Undetectable Firearms Act, first signed into law by President Ronald Reagan, is set to expire next week unless Congress extends it.
Only 16% of patients who took antivirals reached undetectable viral levels, according to the first cohort study to quantify the impact of viral load--suppression on real-world patients at all levels of disease progression.
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Presenters can also automatically resize special resolutions or undetectable wide-size resolution images and set them to the best position on the screen using customizable resolution.
Skin biopsies showed that in all 10 patients, Mycobacterium leprae--the microbe that causes the disease--was undetectable within a week or two.
Ongoing test results are said to consistently show that the Vytex technology reduces antigenic proteins to levels considered undetectable by the most widely used standard tests.
We saw uniform success (at 24 weeks) for the people taking Sustiva; they all had undetectable viral load at that time.
My first viral load test was alter 6 weeks on therapy and it was undetectable.
Mice that were immune to A/Swine/Iowa/30 were protected against death and major weight loss and had undetectable virus in respiratory tissues on day 5 after virus challenge with the lethal 1918 HA/NA:WSN virus.