immunobiological

immunobiological

 [im″u-no-bi″o-loj´ĭ-k'l]
an antigenic or antibody-containing preparation derived from a pool of human or animal donors, including vaccines, toxoids, immune globulins, and antitoxins; used for immunization and immune therapy.

immunobiological

(im?u-no-bi?o-lo'ji-kul) [L. immunis, safe, + Gr. bios, life]
Any substance derived from a pathogen that can immunize a person or a community against disease; e.g., a vaccine.
Synonym: immunobiological agent
References in periodicals archive ?
Tenders are invited for auction number 460 for the supply of immunobiological drug vaccine for the prevention of diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus.
Instituto Butantan is the main producer of immunobiological products and vaccines in Brazil.
Our hypothesis was that there are different patterns of sickness absenteeism as a function of worksites and labor relations at the various FIOCRUZ units--for teaching, research, management, healthcare (hospitals), drug and immunobiological agent production, among others.
Ruslan Boshirov, 40, reportedly holds a position at Microgen, manu facturer of immunobiological drugs.
Ruslan Boshirov, 40, reportedly holds a job at Microgen, maker of immunobiological drugs.
Rashid, Isolation, purification and immunobiological activity of a new water-soluble bee pollen polysaccharide from Crataegus pinnatifida Bge, Carbohyd.
Colostrum contains a significant amount of immunobiological aspects such as secretory immunoglobulin A, growth factors, lactoferrin, anti- and proinflammatory cytokines.
In addition, it replaced conventional logic by management contracts with the main public suppliers, which guaranteed regular stock levels and distribution of the immunobiological and other strategic inputs for the PNI, as well as including financial incentives for the agents of endemic diseases to work with the Family Health Teams in an attempt to strengthen integrated HS actions in the territories (19), through integration with primary health care.
Immunobiological effects of AFB1 and AFB1-FB1 mixture in experimental subchronic mycotoxicoses in rats.
We highlight other relevant aspects in the anamnesis in 10 cases, which consisted of the use of immunosuppressants (2), immunobiological (1), smoking (1), outdoor work profession (1), contact with exogenous pigment (1), inflammatory pigmentation of the underlying disease (1), application of acid to the lesion (1), and nonapplication of acid to the lesion (1).
Rossignol et al., "E5531, a synthetic non-toxic lipid A derivative blocks the immunobiological activities oflipopolysaccharide," British Journal of Pharmacology, vol.