immunogen

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n immunogen any substance or organism that provokes an immune response (produces immunity) when introduced into the body
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Usage


In news:

An affordable, highly immunogenic Neisseria meningitidis serogroup A meningococcal conjugate vaccine (PsA—TT) was licensed for use in sub-Saharan Africa in 2009.
In addition, medicinal chemistry techniques can potentially be used to derivatize and modify synthetic carbohydrates to make vaccines that are more immunogenic than those based on natural carbohydrates .
ImmunoGen rises on partner Roche's drug results.
IMMUNOGEN TO LAY OFF 60 PERCENT OF ITS STAFF.
To cut its costs, Immunogen Inc will lay off 60 percent of its employees, cut salaries and suspend manufacturing and new product development.
Mycobacterium vaccae, an envionmental saprophyte, has immunogenic properties that enhance the host immune response.
Vaccine candidates met safety and immunogenicity endpoints in both trials.
ImmunoGen wins fast FDA review of breast cancer drug .
FDA Gives Priority Review to ImmunoGen, Roche Breast Cancer Drug.
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In science:

IVIG given in immunogenic form, namely with an adjuvant such as alum, via an immunogenic route, for example intra-muscularly.
Recent Developments in Immune Network Theory including a concept for an HIV Vaccine
Small doses of IVIG given to humans in immunogenic form via an immunogenic route, for example intra-muscularly, are predicted to induce antiHIV antibodies.
Recent Developments in Immune Network Theory including a concept for an HIV Vaccine
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