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innoculate

To store characteristics of an executable program in order to detect a possible unknown virus if the file is changed.
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By that time, more than 800,000 public school children had already been innoculated with Dengvaxia through the P3.5-billion antidengue vaccination program of the Department of Health (DOH).
That's not to say some people who do get vaccinated might not have a reaction or suffer some adverse effects - but the vast majority of those innoculated do not.
The revelation comes after the ECHO reported last week that thousands of Merseyside children have not been properly innoculated against measles, following controversy over the MMR vaccine in the early 2000s.
Two different soil samples were innoculated on general purpose medium that is nutrient agar the temperature and pH of the collected samples were maintained at constant conditions that is 37[degrees]C and 7.2 respectively.
A separate charge of obstruction of justice was also filed against the incumbent DOH chief for his supposed refusal to share the master list of children innoculated with Dengvaxia and also for issuing orders that further prevented PAO from effectively investigating the deaths.
Afterwards, pathogenicity aptitude of identified pathogen was confirmed by re-isolation of same pathogen from the artificially innoculated leaves of host plant using detached leaf method.
The court heard he had bought the animals from a market in Dublin and none of the animals, which were aged six to nine weeks old, had been innoculated or microchipped.
It is a non-toxic biodegradable water locking agent that is directly innoculated in the growing media, in his case, the farm soil.
1, 2017) (providing a picture captioned: "April 14, 1947--Long line winds up to and around Morrisania Hospital, 167th Street and Gerard Avenue in the Bronx, as thousands await turn to be innoculated against smallpox (spelling and grammar errors in original caption)).
More pertinent to hunters, pack goats are sometimes (if rarely) zoned illegal in some regions because, if not innoculated, they can carry diseases transferrable to wild sheep and goats.
After checking the adhesion by Giemsa staining, innoculated cell cultures were processed according to Electron Microscopy Laboratory protocol of the College of Sciences, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata (UNMdP).
Odontotaenius striatopunctatus shows a subsocial behavior characterized mainly by biparental breeding care, larval food preparation from a mixture of their excreta and chewed timber innoculated with microorganisms (external rumen).