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- adj. Failing to replicate
The dirtiest secret in the industry is that, while antivirus tools detect replicating malicious code like worms, they do not identify malcode such as nonreplicating Trojans.
The replicating strings could eat up the basic units faster than the nonreplicating strings, so there is competition between prelife and life itself.
Are you paralyzed by the oncoming threat of ecophages and nonreplicating nanoweapons?
Today Trojans and other forms on nonreplicating malcode constitute 80\% or more of the threats businesses are likely to face.
In vitro it inhibits both drug-sensitive and drug-resistant isolates, and it works to kill dormant, or nonreplicating, tubercle bacilli.
The trial represents two firsts, says Fink: It is the first human trial of gene therapy for pain, and the first study to test a nonreplicating HSV-based vector to deliver a therapeutic gene to humans.