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non·in·fec·tious

(non'in-fek'shŭs),
Not infectious; not able to spread disease.

non·in·fec·tious

(non'in-fek'shŭs)
Not infectious; not able to spread disease.
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To create ANDi, OHSU scientists first placed a GFP gene naturally found in jellyfish (which glows green under blue light) into noninfectious viruses (microscopic particles that invade cells).
The result is the production of immature, noninfectious virions.
The apparent simplicity and rationality of the specific germ theory led to comparable efforts to identify noninfectious diseases in etiological terms.