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Synonyms for nonimmune

(often followed by 'to') likely to be affected with

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He said that malaria was an acute febrile illness, adding, in a nonimmune individual, symptoms appear seven days or more usually 10 to 15 days after the infective mosquito bite.
This spread presumably occurred because of warmer and wetter weather, resulting in high rates of illness and death because the disease was introduced into a largely nonimmune population (Lafferty 2009, Shuman 2010).
If it's malaria due to Plasmodium falciparum, in a nonimmune patient, hospital admission for up to 48 hours is warranted, even if only minimal parasitemia is present.
Febrile' allergic and nonimmune transfusion reactions.
We show that mosquito density more strongly drives the rate of emergence in nonimmune populations than the infection dynamics of Plasmodium species per se, demonstrating how integrated climate- and disease-modeling frameworks allow dissection of spatial heterogeneities in climate-induced malaria transmission and hence the nature of local interventions to mitigate or counter such changes.
Nontoxic reactions occur in susceptible individuals and may result from chemicals occurring in aged cheese or chocolate, and may involve either immune mechanisms {allergy or hypersensitivity) or nonimmune mechanisms.
For negative controls, the primary antibody was replaced with homologous nonimmune serum.
Patterns of Plasmodium falciparum drug resistance in nonimmune travellers to Africa.
Increased migration to the port not only augmented its nonimmune population, but also led to the growth of new neighbourhoods that increased the number of mosquito vector habitats and breeding grounds, such as cisterns, gutters, and standing water.
Symptoms of latex allergy include irritant contact dermatitis, which is of the nonimmune type.
pylori-induced gastro-duodenal diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, Kaposi's Sarcoma, and nonimmune glomerulopathies.
Inoculation referred to the subcutaneous instillation of smallpox virus into nonimmune individuals.