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a submicroscopic organism that causes disease (by using the cellular reproductive machinery of the organism it invades)
  • "—doing some genetic analysis, which is fine, but before, we were developing a way to make the memory compound behave as a virus," he says.
    p. 279.3
  • "And it's a better model for having the option to select particular members of a population to opt out—you inoculate them, the virus spreads within twenty-four hours, and it has no effect on them."
    p. 279.8
  • "It's time to use the memory serum virus for a mass reset," he says.
    p. 376.4
  • In less than two days those planes will probably drop the memory serum virus over the experiments.
    p. 381.6
  • Alan and Matthew came up with a way to make the serums behave like viruses, so they could spread through an entire population without injecting everyone.
    p. 382.7
  • If the Bureau is going to load all of those planes with the memory serum virus to reset the experiments, will there be any serum left to use against the compound?
    p. 386.3
  • The memory serum virus is in the Weapons Lab.
    p. 386.9
  • "There's a chance that we will still be in the city when a memory serum virus is deployed.
    p. 401.6
  • If the memory serum virus is deployed, that memory will be erased from her mother's mind.
    p. 403.7
  • Matthew and Caleb stay behind to fit Caleb for the clean suit—the suit that will keep him alive in the Weapons Lab long enough to set off the memory serum virus.
    p. 410.9
  • THE EMERGENCY COUNCIL meeting is more of the same: confirmation that the viruses will be dropped over the cities this evening, discussions about what planes will be used and at what times.
    p. 430.1
  • "Could be they just want to increase security before releasing the viruses," Matthew says.
    p. 447.8
  • There's no way you can steal four virus devices while I have you at gunpoint.
    p. 471.7
  • I sweep my eyes across the room, searching for the device that will release the memory serum virus.
    p. 472.1
  • An hour has passed since Amar and Christina separated from us near the Hancock building, which means he probably knows that the serum virus didn't work.
    p. 484.4

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