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Ebola Virus RNA Detection in Semen More than Two Years After Resolution of Acute Ebola Virus Infection

Among 149 men who survived Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) donating semen 260-1016 days after EVD onset, Ebola virus (EBOV) RNA was detected in 13 (9%). Of 137 men donating semen 2 years after EVD onset, 11 (8%) had an EBOV RNA-positive specimen. The mechanism underlying the persistence of EBOV RNA in semen is unclear, as is whether the detection of viral RNA represents the presence of infectious virus.

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Nanotechnology in Medicine & Biotechnology

Nanotechnology is defined as the manipulation of matter and structures at atomic and subatomic scales. Since the term was popularized by Eric Drexler in the early 80’s, nanotechnology has been used in products like cosmetics and sunscreens in passive form.

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Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Techniques

In 1993, Dr. Kary Mullis received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, “for his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method.” With this simple notation, the Nobel Prize selection committee acknowledged one of the most important advances in molecular biology. In this short article, let us describe what the process of PCR entails.

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