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  • adj. Failing to replicate


non- +‎ replicating (Wiktionary)


  • 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?

    NYT > Technology

  • 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. - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • 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.

    Health News from Medical News Today


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