nonself


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nonself

 [non´self]
in immunology, pertaining to foreign antigens; see also self.

nonself

/non·self/ (non´self) in immunology, pertaining to foreign antigens.

nonself

(nŏn-sĕlf′)
n.
That which the immune system identifies as foreign to the body.

nonself

, non-self (non′self″)
In immunology, pert. to matter recognized by the body as foreign, e.g., pathogens or pollen, and thereby provoking an attack by the body's immune system.
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The economic significance of [PSI] in Column (4) when the dependent variable is nonself citations per patent is calculated similarly.
Kerouac is convinced that Buddhist nonattachment and nonself are crucial antidotes to American consumerism and technocracy.
The mature T-cells will be distributed in the circulatory system of human body, combine with the nonself, and tolerate self.
Row i measures citations as proportions of outbound nonself cites from institution i.
gt;50 bp) that are absent in the self should provide a very analytically sensitive, background-free measurement of nonself DNA.
A contact with nonself structures such as microbes or their structural components activates DC maturation, which is characterized by enhanced expression of co-stimulatory molecules, production of cytokines and chemokines, and a change in the cell surface chemokine receptor expression pattern.
In contrast, children that are field-independent are more socially independent and have a greater capacity to differentiate self and nonself as an outcome of their analytical cognitive style.
Particularly, we give a partition of set Ab is {Self, NonSelf, Doubt}, where the elements of Self match legal behaviors, the elements of NonSelf match illegal behaviors, and the elements of Doubt match uncertain behaviors.
In human anatomy, the immune system is triggered to quest and eradicate the tumor cells when they are detectable as nonself [6-9].
Ali: Reciprocal continuity and common fixed points of nonself mappings, Taiwanese J.
In other words, metaphysically speaking, one's cells, tissues, and organs are specified as self rather than as nonself by one's soul informing one's matter.