adjuvant

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adjuvant

[′aj·ə·vənt]
(pharmacology)
A material that enhances the action of a drug or antigen.
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In contrast, a gene immunoadjuvant is a DNA plasmid encoded with the genetic blueprint of an important, naturally occurring immune molecule such as IL-28B.
primary area of treatment which, in the presence of the immunoadjuvant,
In this study, scientists treated tumor-bearing rats with a combination of laser, photosensitizer and an immunoadjuvant treatment in order to take advantage of the precise localization of the laser thermal tumor destruction and at the same time stimulate the host's immune defense system.
will obtain an exclusive license to use RGene's cationic lipid DC-Cholesterol as an immunoadjuvant in traditional vaccines.
cholerae as an oral vaccine vector and developing a novel polymeric immunoadjuvant for both parenteral and mucosally administered vaccines.
Net sales of TiterMax(R), an immunoadjuvant for use by the basic research community, increased by 17 percent to $155,000.
Sales of TiterMax(R), our immunoadjuvant for use by the basic research community, increased by 91 percent to $540,000 in its second full year on the market.
TiterMax(R), an important immunoadjuvant for use by the basic research community, is currently on the market; and feed additives intended to enhance growth in food animals are under development by Vetlife(TM), Inc.