- v. Simple past tense and past participle of inactivate.
“Several vaccines are made by taking toxins and inactivating them with a chemical (the toxin, once inactivated, is called a toxoid).”
“There is an alternative called inactivated polio vaccine or IPV, but unlike OPV it's expensive to make and difficult to deliver because it has to be injected by trained health workers in clinics.”
“Because the vaccine virus is "inactivated," it does not cause respiratory symptoms, such as congestion and cough, which are common with influenza infections.”
“Flu shots contain an "inactivated," or dead, virus.”
“inactivated" virus, which isn't contagious anymore, the experts said.”
“In September of 2009, the Gulf Region Division was inactivated as part of the drawdown leaving the Gulf Region District in its place.”
“Because the virus is inactivated, it cannot possibly cause hepatitis (see How Are Vaccines Made?).”
“Inactivate the whole virus (inactivated vaccine), e.g., polio, hepatitis A, and influenza”
“Once cocaine enters the blood it is inactivated by plasma and liver cholinesterases and its inactive metabolites are excreted in the urine1.”
“At 6 months of age, the baby may get the inactivated version of the vaccine.”
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