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||Primary source abstract: "Plasma virus loads were measured frequently before, during, and after apheresis [Wikipedia: "Apheresis (ἀφαίρεσις (aphairesis, “a taking away”)) is a medical technology in which the blood of a donor or patient is passed through an apparatus that separates out one particular constituent and returns the remainder to the circulation."] in four HIV-1-infected patients, two of whom were also co-infected with HCV [hepatitis C virus]. Rates of virion clearance were derived by non-linear least-square fitting of plasma virus load to a model of viral dynamics."
||P.5 right column bottom paragraph: "The viral exchange rate between lymphoid tissue and blood: Analysis of the plasma apheresis experiments in humans
provided estimates for the influx of virus from the LT [lymphoid tissue] into the blood (Table 2)." See notes beneath table