HIV Viral Load

Last Updated: August 16 2022

Viral load is a representation of the amount of virus present in a sample. In clinical contexts, it is used to measure the abundance of a virus in an infected person. Additionally, a person's viral load is correlated with their likelihood of transmitting a disease.

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