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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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Someone who has undetectable levels of virus in their blood does not pose an infection risk to their sexual partners.
For the new analysis researchers focused on people (1) who began their first antiretroviral combination between January 1998 and May 2013, (2) who reached an undetectable viral load within 9 months of starting therapy, and (3) who were taking antiretrovirals 9 months after starting.
But senators should make certain that the Undetectable Firearms Act is renewed before its expiration, and then seek to amend it to reflect technological advances that have turned what were once the fevered imaginings of science-fiction writers into lethal reality.
Very few patients achieve an undetectable viral load without taking antiviral agents--only 39 of 97,485 untreated participants in the study.
If bridging fault between lines [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], equivalent of a wired-AND, is undetectable then, this identity hold:
Metabolite concentrations had returned to undetectable prespraying levels after 180 days.
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.
Could there be a multitude of these undetectable compounds in the illegal, performance enhancing drug pipeline?
HDL-C was repeatedly undetectable (<50 mg/L) in a male who historically had HDL-C values in the 600-800 mg/L range, as determined by manual dextran sulfate precipitation followed by measurement of HDL-C on a BMC (Roche) Hitachi 747, during a time period that coincided with a change in laboratory HDL-C test methodology to the Synchron LX HDL-C (Beckman).
His viral load, the primary indicator of disease progression, is currently undetectable.