viraemia

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viraemia

See viremia.

viraemia

The presence of viral particles in the circulation.

viraemia

or

viremia

presence of virus particles in the bloodstream.

viraemia

viruses in circulating blood

vi·re·mi·a

(vī-rē'mē-ă)
The presence of a virus in the bloodstream.
Synonym(s): viraemia.
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The viraemic period (V) period for CHIKV is up to 8 days, with viral load peaking during the first 3 days of illness and declining from days 4 to 8 (Appassakij et al.
Should it get an access to feed on viraemic host; it could definitely cause focal outbreaks due to high replication potential and vector competence.
Neutralising antibody responses are weaker in elite controllers compared with viraemic controllers or progressors.
In resource-limited settings, the differentiation of elite controllers from viraemic controllers may be complicated.
This case of a likely elite or viraemic controller LTNP in Botswana illuminates gaps in our knowledge of the molecular mechanisms and clinical management of such patients.
38,40) However, given that the dynamics and clinical progression of elite controllers may differ from other LTNPs (such as viraemic controllers), the lack of differentiation of these groups limits the utility of many older studies.
The majority of viraemic patients with multi-drug-resistant HIV can now be suppressed when raltegravir is combined with other active agents.
The spectrum of disease and natural history of chronic HBV infection is diverse, ranging from a low viraemic immune control state to progressive chronic hepatitis, with the potential for the ensuing complications of cirrhosis, liver failure and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
5%) were positive for HEV ribonucleic acid (RNA), and viraemic blood donors are potentially able to cause transfusion-associated hepatitis E in areas of high endemicity.
15 Detection of HEV-RNA in a significantly larger number of multi-transfused patients compared to controls16 and identification of HEV viraemic subjects among symptom-free blood donors with elevated alanine transminase (ALT ) levels, as well as the demonstration of ongoing sub-clinical infection of HEV in 0.
An increased frequency of haplotype HLA A*11- Cw *04 in viraemic HCV patients was reported in a white population in Ireland (22).
Regardless the outcome of the discriminatory probe assay or multiplex repeat assays, it has been recommend to discard all initial NAT reactive donations in order to avoid infusion of a very low-level viraemic unit that was originally detected as reactive by the primary screening assay but missed in the repeat assays (28).