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tr.v. im·mu·nized, im·mu·niz·ing, im·mu·niz·es
1. To render immune.
2. To produce immunity in, as by inoculation.
3. Law To grant immunity from prosecution or suit: immunize a witness.

im′mu·ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Adj.1.immunized - having been rendered unsusceptible to a diseaseimmunized - having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease
insusceptible, unsusceptible - not susceptible to
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immunized a group of transgenic mice -- mice genetically engineered to develop Alzheimer's disease pathology similar to that which is seen in humans -- with a form of the beta amyloid peptide called AN-1792.
More than 150 children were immunized Monday during a daylong clinic at the civic center, the eighth such effort in recent months to provide free shots for youngsters of all ages and income levels.
children are completely immunized by the time they enter school without a federal universal purchase program, it is clear that barriers other than cost have kept children younger than two away from these vaccines," said Williams.
He immunized animals with a dose of malignant cells treated with interferon (or given extra genes of a class I antigen).
As part of National Adult Immunization Awareness Week, October 11-17, the state and local health departments encourage all adults, especially those over 65 years of age, to get appropriately immunized.
Our goal is to have 90 percent of 2-year-olds fully immunized with all the appropriate vaccines by 2000,'' said Dr.
ATLANTA, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Local children who are immunized through The Atlanta Project (TAP) in April will be treated to an evening of entertainment in May.
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But Los Angeles County health officials are among the many critics of the new policy who say the changes are too expensive and might mean fewer children will be properly immunized.
In fact, in the state of Washington -- the government's own pilot program -- universal purchase has been in place for several years and only 51 percent of children under age two are fully immunized.
As it takes several weeks to become protected after immunization, we encourage people to become immunized well in advance of the flu season.
In his remarks to the State Board, Secretary Rivera said that one explanation which both departments identified for Pennsylvania's lower rates is the state's current eight-month provisional period for a student to become fully immunized.