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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    Examine Database References

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    4. Colostrum - Byakwaga H, Kelly M, Purcell DF, French MA, Amin J, Lewin SR, Haskelberg H, Kelleher AD, Garsia R, Boyd MA, Cooper DA, Emery S, CORAL Study GroupIntensification of antiretroviral therapy with raltegravir or addition of hyperimmune bovine colostrum in HIV-infected patients with suboptimal CD4+ T-cell response: a randomized controlled trialJ Infect Dis.(2011 Nov 15)