data virus

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Stat Bite Journals Publishing Data on Oncolytic Viruses

Predicting Human West Nile Virus Infections With Mosquito Surveillance Data

Confidence Intervals for Biomarker-based Human Immunodeficiency Virus Incidence Estimates and Differences using Prevalent Data

Molecular Sequence Data of Hepatitis B Virus and Genetic Diversity After Vaccination

Estimating the number of Cubans infected sexually by human immunodeficiency virus using contact tracing data

Using Time-Structured Data to Estimate Evolutionary Rates of Double-Stranded DNA Viruses

Household Data from the Ugandan Hepatitis E Virus Outbreak Indicate the Dominance of Community Infection

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Dynamics in East Africa Deduced from Surveillance Data

Discovery of functional genomic motifs in viruses with ViReMa–a Virus Recombination Mapper–for analysis of next-generation sequencing data

Tennessee’s In-state Vulnerability Assessment for a “Rapid Dissemination of Human Immunodeficiency Virus or Hepatitis C Virus Infection” Event Utilizing Data About the Opioid Epidemic

Geographic Prediction of Human Onset of West Nile Virus Using Dead Crow Clusters: An Evaluation of Year 2002 Data in New York State


Long-Term Variations in Human T Lymphotropic Virus (HTLV)–I and HTLV-II Proviral Loads and Association with Clinical Data

Two Years’ Prospective Collection of Molecular and Epidemiological Data Shows Limited Spread of Hepatitis A Virus outside Risk Groups in Amsterdam, 2000–2002

Frequent glycan structure mining of influenza virus data revealed a sulfated glycan motif that increased viral infection

Long-term Survival of Children with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infectin in New York: City: Estimates from Population-based Surveillance Data

Reduced-Dose Schedule of Prophylaxis Based on Local Data Provides Near-Optimal Protection Against Respiratory Syncytial Virus


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A virus which affects a file that contains data: for example, the start-up files used by programs. The infection usually results in the program being disabled or its functionality being compromised.

Subjects: Computing.

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