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Synonyms for immunity

resistance to


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


  • 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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Fluoroquinolone nonsusceptibility has been associated with treatment failure or delayed clinical response (4).
These groups were compared according to the presence of CT susceptibility or GC nonsusceptibility PTPN22 haplotypes (in individuals homozygous for both SNPs), to determine whether haplotypes influence the anti-CCP antibodies status.
Nonsusceptibility instead of resistance is used to described biocides because:
The bad news is that it has done so at unacceptably high nonsusceptibility rates for several widely used drugs, said Dr.
This prolonged period of nonsusceptibility to conception is called the period of postpartum amenorrhea (PPA).
Ages at Onset of 5 CardiometabolicDiseases Adjusting for Nonsusceptibility: Implications for the Pathogenesis of Metabolic Syndrome.
Among all Sp12F isolates, 89% were penicillin nonsus ceptible (MIC >0.06); nonsusceptibility rates varied by year from 70% to 99% ([MIC.sub.50] 0.12 [micro]g/mL, range 0.021.2 [micro]g/mL).
Results: The rates of nonsusceptibility to common antimicrobial agents remained high (>65%) over the years with some fluctuations to certain agents.
Extensively drug-resistant (XDR) bacteria were defined based on nonsusceptibility to all antimicrobial agents except colistin and tigecycline [6, 7].
The occurrence of antimicrobial nonsusceptibility was not significantly high compared to total strains examined (data not shown).
Resistance to Carbapenem antimicrobials is nearly always associated with nonsusceptibility to other b-lactams, fluoroquinolones and aminoglycosides.