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cell-mediated immunity (redirected from CMI.)
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Immunity involving cells, such as T cells and phagocytes, in contrast with humoral immunity, which involves soluble proteins (antibodies). Also called cellular immunity.
immunity conferred to an individual through the activity of T cells, involving the direct destruction of viruses, foreign particles, etc. Compare antibody-mediated immunity.
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The company, after the completion of the acquisition, will work as a 100% arm of CMI.
8220;We are placing an emphasis on making available the appropriate information and resources for our audience to learn about CMI's IT Consulting services and Enterprise Software Configuration[R] Management solutions (ESCM),” said Greg Marinello, Vice President of Sales for CMI.
The impact of CMI's programs can be found in the way that they have helped educate metalcasters, suppliers and users of metalcastings all to do their jobs better," said Fred Schleg, former vice president of CMI.
5 pounds per thousand today," according to the CMI.
1999) Influence of early postoperative enteral nutrition versus placebo on cell mediated immunity, as measured with the Multitest (R) CMI.
It also recommends that preservice and inservice teachers be trained in the use of CMI.