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reflects two anisotropic layers, both with ␾ oriented parallel to spreading. The upper layer, above a depth of about 100 km, is dominated by spreading-induced flow, which produces no splitting near the axis, where flow is predominantly vertical, but contributes to off-axis splitting as the flow diverges to a predominantly horizontal direction. The lower(More)
To assess dried plasma spots (DPSs) as a source of material for virus quantification, human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) RNA levels were quantified in matched DPS and liquid plasma samples from 73 infected patients, including 5 neonates and 4 adult patients with acute HIV-1 infection. Quantifications were performed by commercially available assays(More)
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