immunologic response

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Synonyms for immunologic response

a bodily defense reaction that recognizes an invading substance (an antigen: such as a virus or fungus or bacteria or transplanted organ) and produces antibodies specific against that antigen

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The animal without immunologic response (farm 2) was detected because an M.
Cytokines released after CPB are involved in the immunologic response against neoplastic diffusion and cell mediated immunity suppression (5).
Virologic and immunologic response to HAART, by age and regimen class.
For example, it is not known whether such patients will have a diminished immunologic response to influenza vaccination.
It takes several weeks to develop an adequate immune response to the pathogen, and even in healthy adults, not all individuals develop a protective immunologic response when vaccinated.
Conclusions: This study shows that a 6MWT induces a systemic immunologic response in muscle-wasted patients with COPD, which is comparable to CPET-induced responses.
After induction with ABC/3TC/ZDV + EFV, simplification to ABC/3TC/ZDV alone maintained virologic control and immunologic response, reduced fasting lipids and ART-associated adverse events, and improved adherence" (quoted from abstract).
Surgery also triggers an immunologic response (Fink, 2001; Hill, 2000; Kehlet, 2000).
The effect of chemical forms of beryllium on the production of the immunologic response.
An extensive review of the literature between 1984-1995 was used to evaluate contemporary data on reused dialyzers, looking at complement activation and leukopenia, immunologic response, residual clotting/blood loss, infections, protein loss, and mortality rates.
13] Bronchocentric granulomatosis in one patient with rheumatoid arthritis was thought to represent a widespread immunologic response and not a distinct entity.
Attempts to investigate a possible relationship between stress and the immunologic response to vaccines have yielded inconclusive results.
The presence of the chemotactic factors--which are known to attract white blood cells -- shows that in a whole animal, white blood cells would have been attracted to the injured corea, inciting an immunologic response that would further damage the corea, Elgebaly says.