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Long Count

Counting Rules for Estimating Concentrations of Long Asbestos Fibers

The star formation history of the Magellanic Clouds derived from long-period variable star counts

Long-term Trends in the Number of Monarch Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) Counted on Fall Migration at Long Point, Ontario, Canada (1995–2014)

Association between Circulating White Blood Cell Count and Long-Term Incidence of Age-related Macular Degeneration The Blue Mountains Eye Study

Factors Influencing Increases in CD4 Cell Counts of HIV-Positive Persons Receiving Long-Term Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy

Long-term antiretroviral therapy initiated during primary HIV-1 infection is key to achieving both low HIV reservoirs and normal T cell counts

CD4 cell count at initiation of ART, long-term likelihood of achieving CD4 >750 cells/mm3 and mortality risk

Age and CD4 Count at Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy in HIV-Infected Children: Effects on Long-term T-Cell Reconstitution

Long-Term Follow-Up of HIV-Infected Individuals Who Have Significant Increases in CD4+ Cell Counts during Antiretroviral Therapy

Incomplete Peripheral CD4+ Cell Count Restoration in HIV-Infected Patients Receiving Long-Term Antiretroviral Treatment

Long-Term Effects of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy on CD4+ Cell Evolution among Children and Adolescents Infected with HIV: 5 Years and Counting

Predictors of Long-Term Increase in CD4+ Cell Counts in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Patients Receiving a Protease Inhibitor-Containing Antiretroviral Regimen

Long-term association of routine blood count (Coulter) variables on fatal coronary heart disease: 30-year results from the first prospective Northwick Park Heart Study (NPHS-I)

Long-Term Outcomes among Antiretroviral-Naive Human Immunodeficiency Virus–Infected Patients with Small Increases in CD4+ Cell Counts after Successful Virologic Suppression

Individual Variation in CD4 Cell Count Trajectory among Human Immunodeficiency Virus-infected Men and Women on Long-term Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy: An Application using a Bayesian Random Change-Point Model

Long-term effect of efavirenz autoinduction on plasma/peripheral blood mononuclear cell drug exposure and CD4 count is influenced by UGT2B7 and CYP2B6 genotypes among HIV patients

 

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A calendrical system for measuring absolute time devised in Mesoamerica during the Formative (Pre‐Classic) period. The day forms the basic unit (kin), thereafter multiplying up into larger units progressing by 20s: uinal (20 days), tun (360 days), katun (7200 days), and baktun (144 000 days). Dates are expressed as units in a five‐place notation starting with the largest units. Thus 8.2.4.5.1 means 8 baktunob, 2 katunob, 4 tunob, 5 uinalob, and 1 kin. The Maya began their counting at a time equivalent to 3114 bc, perhaps marking some mythical event in Maya history. They inscribed their dates in the notation given above as hieroglyphs in which bars represented units of five and dots units of one. The long count system was replaced after ad 900 by a short count system, in which the katun replaced the baktun as the largest unit.

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