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"Linear Models of Viral Propagation" was a research paper written by Katherine Pulaski early in her medical career, on the way in which viruses spread throughout the body. It was considered to be ground-breaking, and became the standard on the subject. By 2365, the paper was still held up as the textbook model. (TNG: "Unnatural Selection")

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