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multivalent

[¦məl·tə′vā·lənt]
(chemistry)
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In a Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) collaboration at Baylor College of Medicine, the vaccine was studied in rhesus macaques and, in at least some animals, seemed to generate multivalent T cell responses that apparently correlated with better control of viral load after challenge with a hybrid simian-human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV).
in Drukman 63), thereby keeping in motion the multivalent possibilities of the creative process--the two-way dynamic between the play and its "interpreters.
The idea of making a multivalent vaccine is not foreign," Gerety says, but "viruses that have the ability to change in unpredictable ways like this one [can] make it very difficult.
Because assembly of high-purity G-SOME([TM]) particles does not depend on viral capsid or envelope proteins per se, this novel technology is particularly well suited to the production of multivalent vaccines targeting broad classes of pathogens," stated Dr.
This low affinity is compensated in nature by the architecture of the protein, the host presenting the carbohydrate ligands in a multivalent manner or as clusters on the cell or mucosal surface.
GlycoVaxyn's biological conjugation platform enables the enzymatic conjugation of antigenic polysaccharides to protein carriers and therefore makes the development and commercialization of complex multivalent vaccines easier, faster and more reliable.
of Washington-Seattle) points out shortcomings in those practices of textual criticism that operate predominantly from a reductionist view of text, and offers theoretical and practical approaches to account for the multivalent realities of textual origins, which are generally overlooked in textual criticism.
Resolutely nonlinear and multivalent, Sandra of the Tuliphouse exhibits all the pros and cons of dinner-party conversation: Opinions are expounded with unshakable insistence but a dearth of verifiable supporting evidence; allusions and references of questionable provenance and relevance are continually introduced; absorbing problems are raised only to be abandoned unresolved.
New approaches in educational theory advanced a more liberal and egalitarian curriculum, that found expression in the light, flexible, multivalent spaces of Modernism.
Freak shows not only constituted "the freak as an icon of generalized embodied deviance," Thomson argues, but also "simultaneously reinscribed gender, race, sexual aberrance, ethnicity, and disability as inextricable yet particular exclusionary systems legitimated by bodily variation - all represented by the single multivalent figure of the freak.
First important step towards the development of a multivalent Shigella vaccine against severe diarrheal disease
Many biological processes rely on the cooperative effects associated with the occurrence of multivalent interactions.