system response

system response

[′sis·təm ri′späns]
(communications)
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These vaccines are designed to stimulate a natural immune system response that will mobilize white blood cells to destroy cancer cells.
When individual tumor antigens are selected for targeting cancer cells it leaves a possibility that cancer cells will mutate and thus evade the immune system response. Conversely, targeting the entire repertoire of tumor cell antigens leaves little or no possibility for cancer cells to escape the immune system response.
A higher viscosity will increase the volumetric efficiency of the pump, increase the volume output, and can improve the system response time.
This Directive is a real step toward ensuring an appropriate and evidence-based criminal justice system response to cases of HIV non-disclosure.
Consolidating multiple servicing systems into LoanServ enables Fairstone to operate from a single system of record, which improves system response times and data quality, and continues to modernize the business.
'The treatment, which aims to provide immunity against various strains of the virus, produced an anti-HIV immune system response in tests on 393 people, a study in the Lancet found.
For system response D4, only CF between the Die and the BS data points (32) is greater than 15, normality should not be an issue.
The traditional drilling method to implant electrodes destroys brain cells and triggers the brain's inflammatory immune system response. However, according to a recent Futurism article, researchers at Carnegie Mellon have devised a way to circumvent brain drilling with non-invasive electrodes.
All the countries are testing for the vaccines safety and its ability to generate an immune system response. So far, we have not heard any report on safety issues and the early trials results will be provided towards the end of the year, he said.
It uses illustrations, cartoons, and explanations to describe what they look like, where they live, their anatomy and reproduction, and their discovery; their beneficial uses and dangers; how bacteria affects the body and causes disease, as well as the immune system response; methods of fighting bacteria, including the discovery and application of penicillin and streptomycin; drug-resistant bacteria; and strategies for dealing with them.
Where the solid line denotes the nominal system response, the dot line denotes the unit step signal.
Because these particles are otherwise harmless, the immune system response is different from the response needed to attack the flu virus, although it can leave one feeling just as miserable.

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