sensitin

sensitin

An older term for a molecule or substance that can evoke an immune response—i.e., an antigen.
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Avian tuberculin PPD in dilution of 25, 5, and one international units (IU) was injected at least 30 mm away from the spot where the tested sensitin was injected.
Figure 7(a)shows the subcutaneous administration of sensitin with the BI-7M needle-free syringe.
Sensitin tests can also be used in wildlife monitoring (Livingstone et al.
Skin test reactions to Mycobacterium tuberculosis purified protein derivative and Mycobacterium avium sensitin among health care workers and medical students in the United States.
Nowadays, we have developed numerous variations of fixing erythrocytes, getting sensitin, and employing methods of erythrocyte loading to construct a specific immunoreagent [4,5].
Hemosensitive properties were evaluated in terms of sensitivity in IHT and sensitin consumption per unit of ready product with a single method of sensitization of erythrocytes.
After sensibilization, sensitin was fixed by 1% of formalin and incubated for 2 h at a temperature (4 [+ or -] 3)[degrees]C or 30 min at a temperature (45 [+ or -] 1)[degrees]C.
Correlation to water has previously only been incidental--indirectly implied by studies of sensitin reactivity in healthy populations (7,8) and by the isolation of M.
Sensitivity to sensitins and tuberculin in Swedish children.
Sensitivity to PPD tuberculin and M scrofulaceum sensitin in schoolchildren BCG vaccinated at birth.
Dual skin testing with Mycobacterium avium sensitin and purified protein derivative to discriminate pulmonary disease due to M.
Sensitivity to tuberculin and sensitins from atypical mycobacteria (M.