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I Really Like A Drowning Son “I Really Like A Drowning Son” is a song by Scottish artist Calvin Harris. It was released on 8 April 2019 as the third single from his seventh studio album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. Background and composition “I Really Like a Drowning Son” was written by Harris and produced by Harris and Dr. Luke. Recording Harris recorded the song with Dr. Luke and Andrea Martin in Lakehouse Studios in West Hollywood. Music video An accompanying music video, directed by Harris, was released on 8 April 2019. Track listing Charts Certifications Release history References Category:2019 singles Category:2019 songs Category:Calvin Harris songs Category:Song recordings produced by Calvin Harris Category:Songs written by Calvin Harris Category:Songs written by Dr. LukeA comparison of the sensitivity of 5 commercial enzyme immunoassay test kits for clinical diagnosis of human immunodeficiency virus infection. We determined the sensitivity of 5 commercially available test kits for detecting human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-specific antibodies in patients with clinical syndromes and in healthy volunteers and compared the data with laboratory findings. The test kits were used to obtain quantitative antibody results and an estimate of the antibody concentration. The sensitivity of the test kits in detecting HIV-specific antibodies in HIV-seropositive patients ranged from 99% to 100% and exceeded 98% in all test kits except for one. One HIV-seronegative patient had low levels of antibody, suggesting a potential false-positive test result. Only 5 patients had positive laboratory results. Antibody to HIV was not detected by any of the 5 test kits in 100 healthy volunteers. We conclude that the test kits are highly sensitive for detecting HIV-specific antibodies in patients with clinical syndromes. However, the practical use of test kits for HIV detection requires improved specificity.Q: While loop not properly terminating in shell script I am running a loop in shell script where a part of the loop contains a while statement. When the below script is executed the loop seems to run fine but the while loop never terminates. The loop should terminate if the file either hits 1238 lines or when count of the file equals the count of file. file is a csv file. count=1 while [[ $count -le 12


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