immunodeficient


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Antonyms for immunodeficient

incapable of developing an immune response following exposure to an antigen

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Some studies investigated VDPVs in immunodeficient persons, which lead to identification of [approximately equal to]100 cases of infection with iVDPV worldwide to date (1,8).
For example, the cryopreserved bacteria must be transported and stored in liquid nitrogen, and the cost of purchasing the vaccine could also be high because of the cost of manufacturing -- the live vaccine must be cultured in an immunodeficient mouse.
Briefly, the testis tissue from 2-mo-old donor dogs (Border-Collie cross puppies) was grafted on the back skin of recipient immunodeficient nude castrated male mice (NCr, nu/ nu; Taconic, Germantown, NY, USA) at approximately 6 weeks of age.
HIV represents the most common of the immunodeficient states seen by family physicians.
When they mixed those cells with mouse follicular inductive dermal cells and grafted them onto the skin of immunodeficient mice, they produced functional human epidermis (the outermost layers of skin cells) and follicles structurally similar to human hair follicles.
Pregnant women, infants and immunodeficient people should receive immunoglobulins within six days of exposure to the virus.
was recently performed a study that evaluate the effect of L-glutamyl L-boroproline (PT-630) on rheumatoid arthritis synovial fibroblasts (RASFs) and their invasive attitude in joint cartilage of healthy human and in a severe combined immunodeficient (SCID) mouse (1).
The confirmation of CSC theory resulted from in vivo experiments where human tumor cells were xenotrans-planted into immunodeficient mice, and the subsequent tumor development was histologically analyzed using an in vitro "sphere-forming" assay.
T-cell counts were measured in 44/45 HIV-positive children: 22 were immunosuppressed, 4 mildly immunodeficient, 9 moderately immunodeficient and 9 severely immunodeficient.
To demonstrate clinical potential of ciPSCs to treat models of injury, we generated endothelial cells (ciPSC-ECs) and used these cells to treat immunodeficient murine models of myocardial infarction and hindlimb ischemia.
Among the topics are the breakdown in peripheral tolerance in type 1 diabetes (T1D) in mice and humans, humoral autoimmunity immunologic and metabolic biomarkers of beta-cell destruction in the diagnosis of T1D, the hygiene hypothesis to explain the increasing frequency of insulin-dependent diabetes, advancing animal models of human T1D by grafting functional human tissues in immunodeficient mice, and clinical immunologic interventions.
4,5] The risk of osteomyelitis is more in immunodeficient hosts where disseminated infection can occur.
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