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Synonyms for inoculation

Synonyms for inoculation

taking a vaccine as a precaution against contracting a disease

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The inoTECH system has been designed by pour-tech AB, Savedalen, Sweden, to monitor in-stream inoculation in iron streams using bottom pouring applications.
Automatic system for seed inoculation and clinical samples.
After calculating the number of seeds per treatment, the seeds were placed into a polyethylene bag (30 mg of each inoculation substance for 100 g of seed) along with 4% Arabic gum solution.
They discuss inoculation; germ warfare; smallpox among Native Americans and colonists; the role of Cotton Mather in inoculation in America; Edward Jenner's vaccine; religious and other opposition to vaccination; compulsory vaccination; quarantines; home remedies; the disease and mortality in Europe, Canada, and other countries; misdiagnoses; transmission; and eradication.
The disease in question is a rare one and the quoted figures verify this (320 deaths compared with 30,000 bronchitis in 1954); this leads us to the consideration whether it is worth such gigantic expenditure of energy and money that mass inoculation must involve.
The sixth-graders will be given a three-part inoculation beginning at some schools today and continuing through mid-February.
Beyond that, they hope the device may someday be employed for safe, inexpensive, mass inoculation of humans in developing and developed countries.
inoculation with azotobacterium and azospirilium and non-inoculation with bacterium, with two different levels of consumer and non-consumer (the characteristics of azospirilum and azotobacterium, the number of live scale in each gram(cfu)108, carring time of culture.
KOINS' Automatic Inoculation System is an In-Stream inoculation unit, featuring a robust design with high reliability.
Since the degree of decomposition at which FAT starts to become ineffective is unknown (4), when smears from decomposed samples are made for FAT, a suspension of the same brain tissues should be made in the appropriate diluents for the mouse inoculation test (MIT), cell culture, or reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) (2).
MORE than three months ago The Mirror demanded a campaign of inoculation to curb foot and mouth.
The yield is phenomenal, and the [time] that it takes from inoculation to harvest is 2 to 3 weeks.
Besides the use of mosquito inoculation system for routine diagnosis works, it is also the method of choice used in the following situations:
Attenuated influenza produced by experimental intranasal inoculation.
The authors tested the capability of this extract to inhibit formation and/or proliferation of tumors induced by subcutaneous inoculation of LNCaP cells in immunodeficient mice.