immunological disease

immunological disease

Etymology: L, immunis, free from; Gk, logos, science; L, dis + Fr, aise, ease
any condition caused by an abnormal immune system.
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This shouts out that this is an immunological disease at the beginning.
His many years of research experience in the field have included macrophage, T cell, cytokine and cytokine activated killer cell interactions with mycobacteria and other immunological disease states.
It is now clear that multiple sclerosis is primarily an immunological disease.
Food and Drug Administration for orphan drug status of MEDI-545 for an additional indication, idiopathic inflammatory myositis, an immunological disease that involves chronic muscle inflammation, pain and weakness.
From an organizational standpoint, the book starts with chapters in nearly every area of clinical chemistry, followed by chapters on various aspects of hematology, hemostasis, immunological disease, and immunohematology.
allergic disorders, sleep apnea, immunological disease, respiratory muscle function, and respiratory control.
Led by Maas, a researcher of immunological disease at Maastricht University Medical Center, in the Netherlands, the authors analyzed nine studies.
Judging from this collection of reports on recent research, great progress is being made toward using the genome sequences of humans, mice and other vertebrates to solve key problems in immunological disease and chronic infections.