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in·ac·ti·vate

(in-ak'ti-vāt),
To destroy the biologic activity or the effects of an agent or substance, as the activity of complement is destroyed when serum is heated.

in·ac·ti·vate

(in-ak'ti-vāt)
To destroy the biologic activity or the effects of an agent or substance.

in·ac·ti·vate

(in-ak'ti-vāt)
To destroy the biologic activity or the effects of an agent.

inactivate,

v to render inactive; to destroy the activity of.
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has already gotten approval in Europe to market a system for inactivating pathogens in platelets and plasma.
By physically inactivating the influenza virus utilizing SuperFluids CFI, an improved influenza vaccine can be prepared for current circulating and potentially pandemic strains of the influenza virus.
The INTERCEPT Blood System is designed to reduce the risk of transfusion-transmitted diseases by inactivating certain pathogens that may be present in donated blood components, such as bacteria, HIV, and hepatitis B and C viruses.
The CLEARANT PROCESS(R) provides surgeons the opportunity to use irradiated orthopaedic tissue without compromising the tissue's strength and structural properties, while inactivating pathogens.
Intervent(TM) ultraviolet (UV) light technology that makes food safer for consumers by inactivating Listeria on food contact surfaces has been acknowledged as a control treatment of Listeria monocytogenes by the U.
on the INTERCEPT Blood System, which is designed to enhance the safety of donated blood components by inactivating viruses, bacteria and other pathogens.
BioDefense is now positioned to evaluate and potentially commercialize a new Universal method for inactivating viruses, bacteria, parasites and tumor cells.
The INTERCEPT Blood System for platelets is designed to reduce the risk of transfusion-transmitted diseases by inactivating certain pathogens that may be present in donated platelets, such as bacteria, HIV and the hepatitis C virus, as well as potential emerging and migrating pathogens including West Nile Virus, SARS and malaria.