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adjuvant

[′aj·ə·vənt]
(pharmacology)
A material that enhances the action of a drug or antigen.
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He suggests adjuvant treatment only for node-negative patients with a high risk of recurrence.
There are profound needs for adjuvants to improve vaccine efficacy, and these study results will accelerate development of other novel vaccines incorporating the JVRS-100 adjuvant to address previously untreatable infectious diseases.
The global agriculture utility adjuvants market is dominated by North America, followed by Europe.
The global Agricultural Adjuvants Market is fragmented and significantly price-sensitive.
com/reports/c72850) has announced the addition of Vaccine Adjuvants and Delivery Systems to their offering.
IDRI's adjuvants can be used to increase the number of available vaccine doses through 'dose sparing,' reducing the amount of vaccine antigen needed per individual dose.
The global Agriculture Adjuvants Market consists of activator adjuvants and utility adjuvants, which are used along with the crop protection chemicals or agrochemicals.
Due to increasing concerns about the safety of personnel and the need for eco-friendly products, scientists are focusing on formulations of adjuvant molecules that are multifunctional and multi-component.
The seminar is entitled "Matching Adjuvants to Product Profile and Desired Outcomes.
The Oxford University team, along with Swedish and US colleagues, have shown that a type of polymer called polyethyleneimine (PEI) is a potent adjuvant for test vaccines against HIV, flu and herpes when given in mice.