cellular immunity


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cellular immunity

[¦sel·yə·lər i′myü·nəd·ē]
(immunology)
Immune responses carried out by active cells rather than by antibodies.
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Therefore, ADA is considered as the nonspesific indicator of cellular immunity and T lymphocyte activation (Baganha et al.
Cellular immunity survey against urinary tract infection using pVAX/fimH cassette with mammalian and wild type codon usage as a DNA vaccine.
The past studies in India shows increase in level of lead and significant reduction in level of zinc which is required for integrity of cellular immunity to have normal resistance for respiratory diseases.
A 10-mL blood sample was collected from each participant and assayed for cellular immunity to Coccidioides spp.
In this study, we investigated the immunogenicity of VLP of regional (East China) variant HPV16 L1 produced in sf9 insect cells infected by recombinant baculovirus, and examined the effects on cellular immunity of combined administration of IL-12 and VLP.
Cellular immunity in persistent cutaneous papillomatosis of cattle.
By the time children receive the fifth dose they also produce cellular immunity, but this re sponse is not as robust as after other vaccines, such as the measles vaccine.
The company adds its D-fraction, a beta-glucan extract taken from maitake mushrooms, to increase the product's cellular immunity and antitumor effects.
At all ill children there were evaluated parameters of cellular immunity before treatment and one month after the finish of the course of treatment.
Gingival crevicular fluid can be collected from multiple sites within the mouth and can be analyzed for markers of acute inflammation, humoral immunity or cellular immunity.
The present results suggest that this difference of susceptibility among species may depend on other physiological factors, such as the cellular immunity (Chouvenc et al.
Upon administration, a vaccine stimulates antibody production or cellular immunity against the pathogen.

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