76 — The Elon Journal of Undergraduate Research in Communications • Vol. 2, No. 1 • Spring 2011 . Going Viral: Factors That Lead Videos to Become Internet Phenomena
call it—viral, buzz, word-of-mouse, or word-of-blog marketing—having other people tell your story drives action. Many viral phenomena start innocently.
"Viral phenomena are objects or patterns able to replicate themselves or convert other objects into copies of themselves when these objects are exposed to them."
Ryan Ehrenreich STS 145 Henry Lowood Case History 03/18/02 Eric "Uberhund" Schwimmer, administrator of the official Legend of the Red Dragon website and sysop of The Darklands BBS, recalls: "LORD was most likely one of the first "viral" phenomena.
1 ACQUIRED AUTOIMMUNITY AFTER VIRAL VACCINATION IS CAUSED BY MOLECULAR MIMICRY AND ANTIGEN COMPLIMENTARITY IN THE ... United States Received 18 April 2007; accepted 27 April 2007 SUMMARY Acquired autoimmunity syndromes occur after viral vaccinations. Molecular mimicry is involved in these phenomena ...
... III n. +/- IV n. +/- sympathetics +/- V 1 n. - a VI th nerve palsy + Horner's syndrome localizes to ipsilateral cavernous sinus 6) the isolated VI th nerve palsy syndrome = isolated VI th n. palsy in an asymptomatic patient with no sign(s) of raised ICP - under 15 yrs of age: may be post-viral phenomena and may ...
To what extent are electrostatic interactions, versusLennard-Jones interactions, responsible for the structure and properties of viral capsids? Can the dynamics of capsid formation bethought of in terms of critical phenomena, or from a biochemical point of view, for example?
able to describe not only the initial decreases in viral load over the first month but also the typical phenomena observed after longer-term therapy ( Figure 1).
often develop signs of immune dysfunction, such as immunosuppression and autoimmune phenomena. Furthermore, active viral infection has been observed in several autoimmune diseases, and case reports have linked
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