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  • adjective immunological

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  • adjective of or relating to immunology

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Examples

  • Specifically, the concern is that the same vaccines are given to infants regardless of size, age or immunologic status.

    Vaccines and Society

  • In infections and immunologic problems in pediatric surgical patients.

    Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation, In Utero Stemm Cell Publications

  • A body that remains in a constant state of arousal, ready to fight or take flight at all times, will experience declining function and/or disease in some or all important systems including digestive and urinary, immunologic, musculoskeletal and cardiovascular.

    Dr. Karen Becker: Stress Busters for Kitties

  • Dr. Wells 'group uses molecular and immunologic approaches to dissect fundamental steps in T cell regulation, activation and function, with an eye to identifying new targets for immunoregulation.

    Basic Science Liver Disease Research

  • A body that remains in a constant state of arousal, ready to fight or take flight at all times, will experience declining function and/or disease in some or all important systems including digestive and urinary, immunologic, musculoskeletal and cardiovascular.

    Dr. Karen Becker: Stress Busters for Kitties

  • Our evaluation will also include specific blood tests to assess your child's immunologic function, liver and kidney function, and exposure to viruses and vaccines.

    Heart Transplant

  • Blood work to assess blood typing, kidney, immunologic, nutritional and infectious disease status

    Lung Transplant

  • Compared to a control group whose intake of vitamin D generally exceeded North American recommendations, only those on the treatment regimen had evidence of immunologic effects.

    David Perlmutter, M.D.: Vitamin D: Not Just For Bone Health

  • The laboratory is divided into defined sections for efficient handling and processing of specimens, for the purification, detection, quantification, and typing of viral nucleic acids, for performing immunologic tests for direct detection of viral antigens or to screen for the presence of viral-specific antibodies in clinical specimens, and for research and development of new diagnostic procedures.

    Virology Laboratory

  • Dr. Wells 'group uses molecular and immunologic approaches to dissect fundamental steps in T cell regulation, activation and function, with an eye to identifying new targets for immunoregulation.

    Basic Biliary Atresia Research

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