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  • Bacteria:

    Single-celled microorganisms which can exist either as independent (free-living) organisms or as parasites (dependent upon another organism for life). One of the two major classes of prokaryotic organism (the other being the Cyanobacteria). Bacteria are small (linear dimensions of around 1 m), noncompartmentalised, with circular DNA and ribosomes of 70S.

  • bDNA:

    Branched DNA (bDNA) is a signal amplification nucleic acid probe assay for the direct quantitation of viral RNA in serum or plasma. One end of bDNA binds to a specific target and the other end has many branches of DNA. The branches amplify detection signals. Used in the determination of viral load.

  • Bioavailability:

    Proportion of drug administered that reaches its site of action in the body after traveling through the systemic circulation.

  • Blood Plasma:

    The fluid, non-cellular portion of circulating blood that carries blood cells and nutrients throughout the body, removes metabolic wastes and is a medium for chemical communications between different parts of the body.


  • Bone marrow:

    Soft tissue in the centre of certain bones (i.e., the femur in the thigh, the iliac bone, sternum, and vertebrae) that produces blood cells.


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