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host factor

Epidemiology An intrinsic factor–age, race, sex, behaviors, etc. which influences an individual's exposure, susceptibility, or response to a causative agent
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Emphasis will be placed on early rapid, iterative, small Experimental medicine (EM) human vaccine studies to select and refine the best immunogens, adjuvants, vectors, homologous and heterologous prime boost schedules, and determine the impact of host factors such as gender and genetics.
Washington, May 9 ( ANI ): A new study has shed light on how viruses use human cells in order to multiply and spread, which involves interacting with cellular host factors as well as virus-virus interactions.
The study identified specific host factors and cellular pathways associated with cannabinoid signalling and HIV replication and initial characterization of cannabinoid-mediated viral suppression.
17-30) Complex host factors appear to be implicated in the control of HIV viral replication as well as viral dynamics.
The diagnosis of IPA was based on evaluation of host factors, together with mycological and radiological findings, according to the international consensus guidelines (14) Due to safety concerns, no patient underwent trans-bronchial/percutaneous lung biopsy or needle aspiration of radiologically suspected lesions, allowing histopathologic or cytopathologic examination.
1454) measured PBDEs and PBDE metabolites in serum collected from 140 pregnant women late in their third trimester who were recruited from within an ongoing observational prospective cohort study assessing the joint effect of social, environmental, and host factors on pregnancy outcomes [the Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby (HPHB) Study].
Among specific topics are host factors involved in the genetic transformation of plant cells by Agrobacterium, a novel gene delivery system in plants with calcium alginate micro-beads, the current state and perspective of binary vectors and superbinary vectors, understanding and avoiding transgene silencing, and intellectual property aspects of plant transformation.
Although she was grateful for the experience, Carroll became dissatisfied with the short-term results of perioscopy treatment, "especially the cases with challenging host factors," she said.
20-21) While there is some evidence pointing to this approach for the treatment in Ralstonia, a more complete examination of these host factors is certainly warranted.
Dental caries * Dental caries is a major preventable oral health problem in most industrialised countries, affecting 60% to 90% of schoolchildren and the vast majority of adults * The aetiology comprises complex interactions between cariogenic microorganisms, host factors and dietary and environmental influences * Cariogenic microorganisms, namely mutans streptococci species (S.
The important hypotheses put forward regarding the role of host factors are antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) of DV replication (2), shift of Th1 to Th2-type cytokine response (6,22) and other T cell responses resulting into Cytokine Tsunami (23).