Freund's adjuvant

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Freund's adjuvant

[′frȯinz ′a·jə·vənt]
(immunology)
A water-oil emulsion containing a killed microorganism (usually Mycobacterium tuberculosis) which enhances antigenicity.
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Also vaccine candidate adjuvanted in freund adjuvant increased the total antibodies responses compared to control group at dilutions of 50, 100, 200, 400 and 800 (p<0.0188).
Recently we showed that oral anethole administration in experimental animals inhibited the formation of inflammatory exudate and migration of leukocytes in models of pleurisy induced by carrageenan and ear edema induced by croton oil, antihypernociceptive activity in models of acute and persistent inflammatory pain induced by carrageenan and complete Freund adjuvant (CFA), respectively.
Groups Immunogen G1 (HPV 16) 17-36 x 3 + (HPV 18) 17-36 x 3 in CFA/IFA G2 (HPV 16) 69-81 x 3 + (HPV 18) 69-81 x 3 in CFA/IFA G3 (HPV 16) 11-88 x 1 + (HPV 18) 11-88 x 1 in CFA/IFA G4 (control group) CFA/IFA G5 (control group) PBS CFA and IFA denote the complete and incomplete Freund adjuvants, respectively.