• Emerging Diseases in a changing European eNvironment
    correspond à la multiplication du virus dans l’intestin de l’insecte puis au passage dans l’hémocoele et à la dissémination à tout l’organisme par l’hémolymphe. Un nouveau cycle de multiplication existe dans les glandes salivaires. La transmission transovarienne a pu être démontrée chez les Aedes...
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  • The Anti-Vaccination Movement and the Salk vs. Sabin Controversy
    the vaccination policy? A focus will be made to find data on whether or not the use of the Sabin live attenuated polio virus instead of Dr. Salk’s killed virus vaccine had an impact on the anti-vaccination movement. What are the factors that have amplified the detractors of modern vaccine practice...
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  • Outbreak: the Ebola Virus in Sudan, Zaire, and Uganda
    in New Jersey, “that the transmission of Ebola virus from apes to humans is related to the history of the region when it was a colony of France; Factors contributing to the slow dissemination of information and research” (Thacker). The killing efficiency of the Ebola virus has created worldwide fear and respect for its deadly potential as made evident by outbreaks in places such as Sudan, Zaire, and Uganda....
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  • Cybercrime
    dissemination of obscene material including pornography and indecent exposure, constitutes one of the most important Cybercrimes known today. The potential harm of such a crime to humanity can hardly be amplified. This is one Cybercrime which threatens to undermine the growth of the younger...
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  • Genetic Engineering
    control and improve our health quality of life. However, careful analysis reveals that genetic engineering increases the risk of bioterrorism. Bio terrorism is terrorism by intentional release or dissemination of biological agents such as viruses, bacteria or other disease causing agents. These...
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  • Transparency Market Research Brings You Bioterrorism Detection Market (2013-2019) Research Report
    others poses moderate threat and involves low mortality. Last category involves emerging toxins that are engineered for mass dissemination, high mortality rate and ability to cause major health impact. Hantavirus, Nipah Virus, SARS, HIV/AIDS and H1N1 virus falls under this above mentioned category...
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  • Forensic Final - Cyber Stalking
    resignation of then President Richard Nixon. In passing this Act, Congress found that "the privacy of an individual is directly affected by the collection, maintenance, use, and dissemination of personal information by Federal agencies" and that "the increasing use of computers and sophisticated...
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  • An analysis of the main reasons for the continued spread of HIV
    health care has an influence on the dissemination of HIV since few people have the opportunity to get an individual physical examination. It makes sense that locals know slightly about their own physical condition even when they are infected with HIV. In this situation, HIV virus will spread more...
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  • HIV pathogenesis
    . Mission: Strategies to prevent viral infection Objective: How to interfere ribosomes to translate viral mRNA into DNA Current Situation: HIV is quasispecies virus; 1010 virions produced and destroyed each day and half life in plasma >6 hrs or 30 min. Evasion of immune system, and targets the...
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  • Ecology of Birds Flu
    virus that was first isolated in a domestic goose in China in 1997 due to its high case of death rate (Lucchetti, Roy & Martchvae, 2008). Influenza viruses are single-stranded RNA viruses of which 3 types (A, B, and C) are recognized; only influenza A and B viruses occur in highly pathogenic forms...
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  • Gene Therapy
    catheter placed in one of the hepatic veins that found higher hepatic transduction efficiency compared to systemic peripheral intravenous injection, the other strategy is intraportal injection of HADd administered directly into the surgically isolated liver improving dissemination and stable, high...
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  • indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you, and describe that influence
    a matter of hours. Yellow fever is caused by a virus. The yellow fever virus is a single-stranded RNA virus that belongs to the Flavivirus genus. After transmission of the virus occurs, it replicates in regional lymph nodes and subsequently spreads via the bloodstream. This widespread...
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  • Finance
    networks / Hacking * Theft of information contained in electronic form * Email bombing * Data diddling * Salami attacks * Denial of Service attack * Virus / worm attacks * Logic bombs * Trojan attacks * Internet time thefts * Web jacking CLASSIFICATION...
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  • Case study on TASO
    work with persons infected by the HIV virus that causes AIDS Transmitting Representing Information Plane - Controlling: Dissemination of information (externally) Convincing Delegating Distribution Action Plane - Doing & Dealing: Project management Mobilizing support TEAMS...
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  • Computer Viruses
    whenever there is an attack, provide us with mostly ineffective anti-virus software, and we are left feeling isolated and vulnerable. I do not feel that this defensive posture is effective because it is not pro-active. Society is still being attacked by highly skilled computer criminals of which we know...
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  • Aids 6
    died after developing AIDS/HIV. HIV and AIDS are two general terms that are recognized worldwide. HIV is the abbreviation for Human Immunodeficiency Virus while AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. These terms are simple, yet complex in their individual meanings...
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  • Cyber Crime
    crimes like transmission of child-pornography, harassment of any one with the use of a computer such as e-mail. The trafficking, distribution, posting, and dissemination of obscene material including pornography and indecent exposure, constitutes one of the most important Cybercrimes known today...
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  • Aids Analysis 29
    important reservoir of HIV in an infected person and provide a potential mechanism for dissemination of the virus through the body. Other HIV-related syndromes include nephritis (see KIDNEY DISEASE), ARTHRITIS, and lung inflammation (pneumonitis). Certain co-factors appear to play an important role in HIV...
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  • Compare
    mechanism for information dissemination, and a medium for collaboration and interaction between individuals and their computers without regard for geographic location” (Brief History of the Internet). The Internet can be known as a kind of global meeting place where people from all parts of the world...
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  • Social Problem of Network Information Security
    are the sensitive information, even is the national secret, will therefore attract unavoidably from the world's each kind of artificial attack (e.g. information divulging, information steals, data distortion, data to delete adds, computer virus and so on). Usually is very difficult using the...
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