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immunologically

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  • adv. Using immunological methods.

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  • adv. from the point of view of immunology

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Examples

  • It is not immunologically different or psychologically different to carrying out a face transplant.

    Surgeons to perform first UK face and hand transplant

  • The early gestational fetus is immunologically immature and can be "tolerized" to cells, organs, or proteins that are immunologically foreign, avoiding the potential for rejection and the need for immunosuppression.

    The Center for Fetal Research

  • Shortly after the virus isolation, my co-workers and I were able to show that it was not immunologically related to HTLV, and in electron microscopy, it was very different from HTLV viral particles.

    Luc Montagnier - Autobiography

  • In order to answer these basic questions, we had to characterise the virus biochemically and immunologically, and to do that, we needed to propagate it in sufficient amounts.

    Luc Montagnier - Autobiography

  • Throughout the course of conquest, the immunologically naïve inhabitants of the New World came in close contact with the "immunological supermen" of the Old World.

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • Studies on the diversity of antibody specificities indicate that the immune system has the capacity to respond to extremely large numbers of immunologically distinct regions of viruses and bacteria.

    Vaccine Safety FAQs

  • It almost always caused severe disease—not only in babies and their mothers, but in the elderly, people undergoing surgery, patients with severe flu, and anyone in a hospital who might be immunologically vulnerable or weak.

    SUPERBUG

  • It flourished in health care institutions where patients were immunologically vulnerable.

    SUPERBUG

  • Overcrowding forces closer contact between the infected and the immunologically vulnerable, and the constant churning of the population practically guarantees that new, uninfected inmates will be exposed.

    SUPERBUG

  • Diseases travel rapidly through such immunologically stressed populations, and travel with the animals as they are shuttled throughout the United States between birth and slaughter.

    Wired Top Stories

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  • having to do with a science that deals with the immune system and the cell-mediated and humoral aspects of immunity and immune responses

    September 13, 2007