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  • Companies may also be able to use a viral video that they did not create for marketing purposes.
  • If due to a viral agent, the condition usually resolves within one week.
  • The song quickly went viral and became an internet hit.
  • The episodes can also cause destruction of elements of the nervous system through viral cell exchange.
  • Viral infections make up perhaps one third of cases of food poisoning in developed countries.
  • Smith then asked: could he create any mutation of any site within a viral genome?
  • SBK eventually pushed the release date back three months, which hurt the viral campaign.
  • The latter became one of the first Internet viral videos, which ultimately led to its production as a series.
  • The conversation was recorded by Block and posted online, which in turn quickly went viral.
  • The footage and story has since gone viral, however the reason for the altercation remains unknown.
  • Other risk factors for severe disease include female sex, high body mass index, and viral load.
  • Often, a pre-existing viral infection may play a role in its pathogenesis.
  • Their role is to destroy all evidence of a viral outbreak, including survivors.
  • The book is divided into three sections including viral businesses, marketing, and networks.
  • The term is often used for non-viral methods in eukaryotic cells.
  • Only select hosts can carry each of the viral species.
  • The album includes the internet hit London Underground which has spawned a popular viral video.
  • In addition, during the manufacturing process steps are performed that would reduce the risk of viral infection.
  • Most cases of laryngitis are viral and resolve without treatment with sufficient voice rest.
  • Protests can express views, news and use viral networking to reach out to thousands of people.
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Meaning of viral

  • adjective Relating to or caused by a virus
    viral infection