Re: [GIWorld-Hepatitis] Digest Number 89
- Smile.....I like your description. Perchance were or
are you a grade school teacher? If not you would be a
good one......Thanks, Connie
--- alley/Patricia <alleypat@...> wrote:
> the PCR is an RNA test. sometimes they write ithref="http://www.onelist.com/subscribe/DFW_Liver_Disease">
> PCR-RNA and other ways. I
> don't want to get real technical... but if you
> remember from science class..
> DNA and RNA... i think the RNA was the messenger for
> the DNA or something
> like that don't quote me I just woke up ahha. No one
> has seen an HCV virus.
> Even the strongest microscopes cannot see ONE virus
> cell. What they can see
> are the results and byproducts and doohickeys of the
> virus. Maybe that's why
> even the best PCR tests can only test down to 200
> parts/mil or something
> like that.
> Anyway.... pretend the scientists are aliens and
> they are looking for life
> on earth... Now we as humans are too small for them
> to see like the hcv
> virus... But... they can see our highways because
> they stretch all over the
> continent (pretend they are the blood vessels). So
> they can do tests on the
> highways to see the habits and actions of us the
> humans. They can test for
> exhaust fumes from our vehicles, wear and tear on
> the roadways, that sort of
> thing. That's a silly analogy but about what
> scientists sometimes have to go
> thru to study really small things.
> ICQ 12631861
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