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immunostimulant

Definitions

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  • noun An agent that stimulates an immune response.

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  • noun immunology, pharmacology Any substance that stimulates an immune response.

Etymologies

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From immuno- +‎ stimulant.

Examples

  • Echinacea is regarded as a nonspecific immunostimulant, and as such is used for the treatment and prevention of colds, flus, and allergies.

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  • Echinacea has recognized immunostimulant properties with no generally recognized side effects at even large doses.

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  • (Pink Sheets: ATKJ), has improved Tubercin T-5 an immunostimulant.

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  • The Sorrento Valley biopharmaceutical company also is preparing to launch in Asia its first clinical trial of OPT-822, an immunostimulant designed to treat non-hormone related breast cancer which currently doesn't have an effective treatment.

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  • Several trials have suggested that antioxidant and immunostimulant therapies may have a beneficial effect.

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  • This herb is traditionally used as an immunostimulant and anti-inflammatory.

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  • Hard to Treat Diseases, Inc. holds the international marketing rights, except South Korea, to Tubercin, a patented immunostimulant developed for combating cancer and rheumatoid arthritis under medical patent.

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  • Several trials have suggested that antioxidant and immunostimulant therapies may have a beneficial effect.

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  • The French pharma heavyweight will scrap the immunostimulant melanoma tumour cell lines.

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  • "We are very pleased to start this trial in advanced pancreatic cancer patients which should provide information about the potency of IMP321 as an add-on immunostimulant for the induction of CD8 T cell responses in our patients," said William G. Hawkins, Principal Investigator and sponsor of this study.

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