antiimmune

antiimmune

[an′ti·imyo̅o̅n′]
Etymology: Gk, anti + L, immunis, free from
pertaining to the prevention or inhibition of immunity. See also immune response.
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We are now preparing antiimmune sera against OC/00219, OC/ 00260, and OC/00261, respectively, to confirm antigenically that these are the prime strains of HEV71 neutralized by anti-HEV71/BrCr serum.
To prevent that, Dinsmore and his colleagues gave 4 of the 10 patients a standard antiimmune drug.
uk DE-STRESS WINTER can be a hectic time but stress hormones trigger antiimmune reactions, so make sure you take time to relax or try mindfulness meditation or exercise.