An insider's view of the scientific errors and controversies the slowed advances in the fight against HIV/AIDS, this book also explains governmental, journal and academic reforms that could help scientists recognize and correct errors faster, so deal more efficiently and effectively with epidemics.About 14 million units of blood are donated each year: these are processed into 20 million blood products that are given to about 3.6 ... This test uses oligonucleotide primers (short lengths of DNA) to attach to HIV DNA (provirus), if viral DNA is there within the hosta#39;s genome. The gene sequence flanked by the primers is then replicated in many, usually 30 aquot;cyclesaquot;-that is, the flanked DNA is repeatedlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Scientific Errors and Controversies in the U.S. HIV/AIDS Epidemic|
|Author||:||Scott D. Holmberg|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2008|