viral interference

viral interference

The inhibition of the multiplication of one type of virus by the presence of another virus in the same cell.
See: interferon
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Whilst the UK grid, by virtue of excellence in fundamental design, and power system hardware of the best quality, and, arguably, has the highest reliability of any grid system in the world, its control depends almost entirely on information technology systems and software which is not, and cannot be, entirely invulnerable to viral interference.
He believes rhinovirus may have blocked the spread of swine flu via a process called viral interference.
The lowest sample dilution that could be evaluated without significant cytotoxicity or viral interference was 1:3 for PRY, 1:30 for XMuLV, 1:300 for BVDV, and 1:300 for BPV These results were used to perform appropriate dilutions on the spiked thrombin load samples in order to eliminate any potential for cytotoxicity and viral interference with the assay.
Product Type Viral Condition Project # Stage Therapeutic Viral Gene Delivery GD19 Research and Pre-clinical testing Therapeutic Viral Interference PP20 Research Therapeutic Modified Ethnobotanical EB21 Research and Therapeutics Pre-clinical testing Therapeutic HIV/AIDS ZX-0851 Pre-clinical testing