immunity

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Synonyms for immunity

resistance to

Synonyms

  • resistance to
  • protection from
  • resilience to
  • inoculation against
  • immunization from

Antonyms

  • exposure to
  • susceptibility to
  • liability to
  • vulnerability to
  • openness to
  • proneness to

Synonyms for immunity

Synonyms for immunity

the state of not being susceptible

(medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease

the quality of being unaffected by something

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1 These chronic conditions compromise the immune system by impairing the neutrophil function as well as T-cell-mediated immunity.
When the extent of CD4 T-cell-mediated immunity before and after seasonal influenza vaccination was compared in the healthy donors enrolled in the study, a nonhomogeneous pattern of responses was detected (online Appendix Figure; available from www.
Our results suggest that exposing young calves to live BVDV while maternal antibodies are present generates T-cell-mediated immunity to BVDV," says Ridpath.
The low-fat diet enhanced T-cell-mediated immunity in older people with elevated low-density lipoprotein (LDL-cholesterol) levels.
Our study demonstrates that more than 90% of volunteers maintain measurable humoral or T-cell-mediated immunity for up to 75 years after smallpox vaccination--a result that will affect future models of potential smallpox outbreaks in contemporary populations.