apyrogenic

apyrogenic

 [ah-pi″ro-jen´ik]
not producing fever.

apyrogenetic

, apyrogenic (ā″pī″rō-jĕ-net′ĭk) (-jen′ĭk) [ ¹an- + pyrogenic]
Not causing fever.
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Phenobarbital and montelukast were dissolved in 0.5% dimethyl sulfoxide and sterile apyrogenic saline containing 10% propylene glycol.
C57BL/6 mice were given subcutaneous injections of 0.1 mL of apyrogenic saline (BioManguinhos, Fiocruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) containing 10 [micro]g of anti-human TNF blocking antibody (Infliximab, Remicade), a gift from Schering-Plough of Brazil, 48-hour intervals from 120 to 150 days postinfection (dpi).
After administration of 1% tetracaine eye drops, the inferior eye lid was reverted with sterile gauze, and the follicles in the inferior conjunctiva were scraped with sterile, disposable, apyrogenic, stainless-steel, Kimura-like spatulas.
Prevention of these responses can be obtained by using ultrapure dialysate or ultrapure water, which in the dialysis realm refers to the reduction of bacteria and its by-products (endotoxins) resulting in a pyrogen-free or apyrogenic solution (see Sidebar).