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Synonyms for deactivate

remove from active military status or reassign

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make inactive

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In view of the foregoing, the present study was designed to determine the interaction of OTA with humoral immunity against ND, HPS and IBD along with determination of the efficacy of a mycotoxin deactivator (Mycofix Plus; MP) having Trichosporon mycotoxinivorans on immune response of broiler chicken to these vaccines.
The projected cost of the new sensor tower and deactivator is only slightly higher than that of established systems.
Secondly a deactivator neutralises the formation of gel that blocks up fuel filters and thirdly there is a rust inhibitor.
The ACE uses its central position to fulfill this potential in a number of ways: expert network-builder, technological leader, transmission belt, strategic thinker, policy promoter, conflict deactivator among subnational governments, and policy arbitrator.
TuneUp Program Deactivator allows users to select infrequently used programs to hibernate in order to conserve system resources, freeing up working memory and improving start-up and shutdown times.
Hostanox OSP-1 metal deactivator and antioxidant has stronger metal deactivating properties than other metal deactivators.
Songnox 1024 is said to be a highly effective metal deactivator and antioxidant for wire and cable, adhesive (both hot melt and solution), and powder coatings applications.
And this month, Metro introduced a tag deactivator to its Rheinberg store allowing shoppers concerned about privacy rights to cancel any tag attached to merchandise they have bought.
Using an optional deactivation keycard, the tool becomes a portable deactivator and can be used to perform live tag deactivation in regular and remote cashier locations.
Four polypropylene production lines, each complete with reactor, fluid-bed deactivator, and extruder, allow simultaneous runs of different formulations.
But with the preliminary development of a sensor and deactivator that can work with all three EAS technologies, the CPMA -- a consortium of consumer goods suppliers, technology companies and retailers -- believes that it has overcome the major obstacle preventing the practice from becoming widespread.
Also new are Interact VCI, a vapor corrosion inhibitor for low-melt polyolefins; Interact 21-0289, a conductive black for PE and PP that can be used in injection molding, extrusion, and rotational molding; Interact 21-0180, a flame retardant for injection molded and extruded ABS; Interact 91-0456, a flame retardant for HIPS that allows ductility of the compound; Interact 91-0398, a nonblooming flame retardant for injection molded and extruded olefins where surface finish is critical; and Interact 91-0411, a metal deactivator for PP, which prevents polymer degradation when copper or other catalytic metals contact PP.
Wille says the deactivator, which can be integrated with any scanner system, deactivates "99.
Latest Software Version Featuring New TuneUp Economy Mode and Enhanced TuneUp Program Deactivator Now Available
Because of the high concentration and small size of activator with respect to the deactivator, it can diffuse to the viscose zone easily and therefore results in higher propagation rates.