hyporesponsive love

Definitions

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  • adj. Less than usually responsive

Etymologies

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hypo- +‎ responsive

Examples

  • "A subset of ASD that might be usefully studied is the intersection of ASD cases with (medically recognized) adverse events following immunization, such as fever, febrile seizure, or hypotonic-hyporesponsive episode," the vaccine committee wrote in its report to HHS.

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  • With their concurrence, we can now move forward towards our goal of preparing a BLA for submission by the end of the year for hyporesponsive populations aged 40 and older.

  • Although it is well established that KIRs, in conjunction with NKG2A, play a major role in the NK cell education that determines whether cells will end up competent or hyporesponsive, the events underlying the differentiation are still debated.

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  • Although it is well established that KIRs, in conjunction with NKG2A, play a major role in the NK cell education that determines whether cells will end up competent or hyporesponsive, the mechanisms underlying this education are still debated

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  • Hoshino K, Takeuchi O, Kawai T, Sanjo H, Ogawa T, et al. (1999) Cutting edge: Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) - deficient mice are hyporesponsive to lipopolysaccharide: evidence for TLR4 as the Lps gene product.

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  • Alternatively, Tregs may express high levels of IL-1R1 simply to compete for IL-1β in the microenvironment, while remaining hyporesponsive to its effects, akin to the constitutive expression of the IL-2 receptor CD25 by Tregs, which has been proposed to deprive nearby T cells of IL-2 signals

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  • Following DTP immunization nine children developed convulsions and nine developed hypotonic hyporesponsive episodes.

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  • According to this hypothesis both drugs are able to induce apoptosis in activated macrophages (present in both RA and Crohn's disease) but not in hyporesponsive lymphocytes (present in RA but not in Crohn's disease).

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  • If this interaction does not occur, as observed in MHC class I-deficient mice, NK cells become hyporesponsive even when stimulated through activating receptors

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