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immunogenic

[¦im·yə·nō¦jen·ik]
(immunology)
Producing immunity.
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Based on previous research that the bands of proteins that serve as the candidate VNN immunogenic protein is a protein band with a molecular weight of 45.
In both trials it was found to be immunogenic, safe and well tolerated.
The main difficulty may be to develop in each case an immunogenic moiety that can effectively induce the desired antibody population.
They should not be used in pregnancy until data are available to prove that they are not immunogenic, she advised.
The vaccine candidate, PXVX0200 (also known as CVD 103-HgR), was found to be well tolerated and immunogenic.
Nasdaq: NVAX) reported today that its trivalent seasonal influenza virus-like-particle (VLP)-based vaccine candidate was safe and immunogenic against the 2009-2010 seasonal influenza virus strains in older adults 60 years or higher in age.
The third-generation smallpox vaccine LCl6m8 was found to be as immunogenic as existing smallpox vaccines but appeared to be safer in a study of more than 3,000 Japanese adults.
David Gladstone Institutes (San Francisco, CA) and Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (Heidelberg, Germany) have patented compositions, including immunogenic compositions, comprising acetylated Tat protein of an immunodeficiency virus.
Moreover, since the inhibitory effects of NS1 attenuate aspects of both innate and adaptive immunity, NS1 mutant viruses appear to be intrinsically more immunogenic (38).
Hence, the immunogenic of the agent as a whole is maintained and can be safely used for vaccination without the threat of infection.
In addition, genes involved in coding cancer antigens have been identified, along with the immunogenic peptides associated with these antigens.
The basis of this method is to determine simultaneously the overall immunogenic potential of proteins [measured as a function of immunoglobulin (Ig) G antibody responses] and to compare this with their ability to provoke IgE antibody production, IgE being the antibody that effects allergic sensitization.