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Synonyms for neutralize

to make ineffective by applying an opposite force or amount

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make politically neutral and thus inoffensive

make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of

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oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions

get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing

make incapable of military action

make chemically neutral

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And if the mice were also injected with the HIV-1 protein Env, they produced potent broadly neutralizing antibodies capable of neutralizing a range of HIV-1 strains.
For example, to elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies called VRC01-class antibodies that neutralize 90 percent of known HIV strains, you could try using the HIV envelope protein as your immunogen," Schief said, and added, "But you run into the problem that the envelope protein doesn't bind with any detectable affinity to the B cells needed to launch a broadly neutralizing antibody response.
According to criteria previously established (25), samples with neutralizing antibody titers [greater than or equal to] 30 to only 1 dengue virus were considered evidence of primary dengue infection.
Chimeric HA/SHIV VLPs could also induce neutralizing antibodies against HIV 89.
Although neutralizing amines have a long history of good technical performance, there are lingering environmental, health, and safety concerns.
The appearance of neutralizing antibodies is associated with this change.
While this model adequately reflects the methods available to police departments in past years, it does not accommodate the expanded arsenal of neutralizing agents available to today's law enforcement officers.
From the blood of certain HIV-infected individuals, the Theraclone technology is able to identify HIV-specific broadly neutralizing antibodies, which is an enormous benefit to AIDS vaccine designers.
In the current study, scientists identified one of the roughly 20 percent of HIV-infected individuals who naturally develop broadly neutralizing antibodies to the virus after several years of infection.
Human sera from the United States, Thailand, and sub-Saharan Africa and chimpanzee sera were tested for neutralizing antibodies to 3 chimpanzee adenoviruses.
The kit contains a 15 x 75 mm tube with 3 mL of sterile deionized water and an attached Dacron swab, and a 15 x 75 mm tube with 5 mLs of D/E Neutralizing Broth.
Neutralizing mats absorb and neutralize small drips and spills.
The PerforMax II and Performax IICI are static neutralizing systems that automatically sense the ion output needed to neutralize a charged surface and adjusts this output to achieve effective static neutralizing performance.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the coated paper segment discovered that these polymers were very effective in neutralizing coated broke charge and tying up latex that could lead to white pitch.
That output, says Oh, quickly coats each enzyme molecule with a neutralizing layer that enables it to survive in acid.