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- adj. of or pertaining to an allergen
- adj. having the effect of an allergen
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to allergens or allergenicity.
- adj. causing an allergy or an allergic reaction.
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- adj. relating to or having the effect of an allergen
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According to Hansen, the tests conducted by AquaBounty confirmed that "the act of genetic engineering did lead to an increase in allergenic potency."
And they are hypo-allergenic, which is important, because of the girls 'allergies.
H2 immune responses, with specific "allergenic" potential (thus the "Asp f" designations).
Other topical products can create a barrier to allergenic materials and protect a patient from as much exposure.
As in, when frightened by the unanticipated attack of an allergenic cat I have been known to sneeze whilst leaping back in an unexpected fashion of my own!
But it doesn't go into new research about how or when to introduce potentially allergenic foods to infants or whether avoiding certain foods during pregnancy can reduce the incidence of allergies in your child.
Getty Images A new vaccine uses synthetic peptides that are 1,000 times less allergenic than traditional cat allergen.
The peptides are 1,000 times less allergenic than traditional cat allergen, researchers said.
Then they gave me a hypo-allergenic LG vacuum that has a hepa filter.
Not only is corn an extremely allergenic food and difficult to digest, it's one of the three crops most highly contaminated with aflatoxins the other two are peanuts and cottonseed.