Torres wanted to break through that tolerance and stimulate the production of antibodies that could neutralize
Thus was born the concept of using LMW and HCD coagulants and/or alum to neutralize
If we have neutralized 379 Maute or sympathizers, if they have been neutralized in less than two months, why do we need six more months or three times the length of the time to (take) to neutralize
more than half of the rebels?
He and his colleagues also found that antibodies from the DNA-treated mice could neutralize
bleeding in other mice that had been injected just under the skin with saw-sealed viper venom.
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.
The second use is to neutralize
excess anionic charge to increase the effectiveness of a retention program.
We saw that their middles are very intimidating,'' said Moreno, ``but we've played them before and it was just getting used to the way theyplay and trying to neutralize
them, and I think we really did that in the second game.
Maybe you don't need toothpaste of any type to neutralize
The meaning of neutralize
is to stop them from continuing with their nefarious activities.
But many years ago, Duke researchers hypothesized that the antibodies required to broadly neutralize
HIV may not be produced in the first place because the immune system "sees" them as a potential threat - due to their similarity to antibodies that promote autoimmune disease - and destroys them.
Antioxidant molecules produced by cells or present in the diet can chemically neutralize
those fragments, called free radicals, and stem the damage.