Making Sense of Blips
blip n. (US black)
blip (off) v. (orig. US)
HIV Blip Synching: Get the Timing Right
Impact of CMV Blips in Transplant Recipients
HIV-1 viral load blips are of limited clinical significance
Seminal Human Immunodeficiency Virus Blips and Structured Natural Conception In Serodiscordant Couples
More Reasons to Reexamine the Definition of Viral Blip During Antiretroviral Therapy
No Evidence of an Association between Transient HIV Viremia (“Blips”) and Lower Adherence to the Antiretroviral Medication Regimen
Identification and characterization of β-lactamase inhibitor protein-II (BLIP-II) interactions with β-lactamases using phage display
Any impact of blips and low-level viraemia episodes among HIV-infected patients with sustained virological suppression on ART?
Magnitude of Virologic Blips Is Associated With a Higher Risk for Virologic Rebound in HIV-Infected Individuals: A Recurrent Events Analysis
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N.the display of a received pulse on a radar screen.
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