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  • 21attenuated vaccine — noun (immunology) Live bacterial or virus vaccine in which the microbes have a greatly diminished capacity to cause disease but are still able to evoke protective immunity • • • Main Entry: ↑attenuate …

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  • 22Attenuated virus — To attenuate is to weaken or to make (or become) thin. The word derives from a combination of the Latin prefix ad , meaning to or toward, and tenuis, meaning thin. The use of attenuate in medicine is not new. In the 16th century, eating dried… …

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  • 23attenuated wave — silpstančioji banga statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. attenuated wave; decay wave; evanescent wave vok. abklingende Welle, f; abschwächende Welle, f rus. затухающая волна, f; убывающая волна, f pranc. onde amortie, f; onde atténuée, f;… …

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  • 24attenuated spiderfish — liesoji siūlapelekė gelmiažuvė statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas rūšis atitikmenys: lot. Bathypterois attenuatus angl. attenuated spiderfish rus. худой батиптер ryšiai: platesnis terminas – siūlapelekės gelmiažuvės …

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  • 25attenuated culture — a culture of pathogenic microorganisms whose virulence is weakened or abolished …

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  • 26attenuated tubule — thin t …

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  • 27attenuated total reflection — (ATR)    Reflection that occurs when an absorbing coupling mechanism acts in the process of total internal reflection to make the reflectance less than unity …

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  • 28attenuated vaccine — A virulent organism that has been modified to produce a less virulent form, but nevertheless retains the ability to elicit antibodies against the virulent form. See: inactivated agent …

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  • 29attenuate attenuated faded weakened — decreased decreased adj. made less in size or amount or degree. Opposite of {increased}. [Narrower terms: {attenuate, attenuated, faded, weakened}; {belittled, diminished, small}; {cut, cut rate}; {diminished, lessened}; {minimized}; {remittent}; …

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  • 30Fluid attenuated inversion recovery — (FLAIR) is a pulse sequence used in Magnetic Resonance Imaging which was invented by Dr Graeme Bydder. The pulse sequence is an inversion recovery technique that nulls fluids. For example, it can be used in brain imaging to suppress Cerebrospinal …

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  • 31Virus, attenuated — To attenuate is to weaken or to make (or become) thin. The word derives from a combination of the Latin prefix ad , meaning to or toward, and tenuis, meaning thin. The use of attenuate in medicine is not new. In the 16th century, eating dried… …

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  • 32live attenuated influenza vaccine — (LAIV) influenza virus v. (def. 2) …

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  • 33atten — attenuated …

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  • 34live vaccine — attenuated v …

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  • 35atten — • attenuated …

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  • 36ATR — Attenuated Total Reflectance (Academic & Science » Physics) Attenuated Total Reflectance (Academic & Science » Electronics) Automatic Target Recognition (Governmental » Military) **** Atrophy (Medical » Physiology) *** Average True Range… …

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  • 37vaccine — Originally, the live v. (vaccinia, cowpox) virus inoculated in the skin as prophylaxis against smallpox and obtained from the skin of calves inoculated with seed virus. Usage has extended the meaning to include essentially any preparation… …

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  • 38FluMist — Influenza (Flu) …

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  • 39ATC code J07 — J07 VaccinesJ07A Bacterial vaccinesJ07AC Anthrax vaccines:J07AC01 Anthrax antigenJ07AD Brucellosis vaccines:J07AD01 Brucella antigenJ07AE Cholera vaccines:J07AE01 Cholera, inactivated, whole cell:J07AE02 Cholera, live attenuated:J07AE51 Cholera,… …

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  • 40infectious disease — Introduction       in medicine, a process caused by a microorganism that impairs a person s health. An infection, by contrast, is the invasion of and replication in the body by any of various microbial agents including bacteria, viruses (virus),… …

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