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Synonyms for susceptible

Synonyms for susceptible

easily imposed on or tricked

able to receive and respond to external stimuli

Antonyms for susceptible

(often followed by 'of' or 'to') yielding readily to or capable of

easily impressed emotionally

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This was not the case in this work, where all the strains susceptible to aztreonam were also susceptibly to meropenem.
5) In this regard, certain HLA alleles (B*40 and DQB*0301) and haplotypes (A*2-DRB1*1502) are believed to be associated with disease susceptibly, (2,5-7) while a protective effect has also been suggested for other HLA alleles such as A*11 and B*57.
In addition to influencing structure, starch can influence other cake characteristics, as its susceptibly to staling can be related to starch retrogradation, especially amylopectin retrogradation, and to gluten-starch interactions (LAI & LIN, 2006).
They stressed, therefore, that efforts should be focused on developing effective new drugs that would maintain and enhance this NK cell activity, thereby leading to more effective elimination of the influenza virus and better recovery from flu infection without the susceptibly to the changes in the neuraminidase protein structure currently brought about by mutating flu viruses.
The conditionally stable susceptibly class defines areas with slope angles in excess of 5[degrees].
This established beyond doubt that the government continued to appoint handpicked corrupt people to plunder the public institutions susceptibly.