Innocuity


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In´no`cu´i`ty


n.1.Innocuousness.
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The development of new vaccines, such as subunit vaccines, synthetic vaccines, recombinant vaccines and anti-idiotype vaccines, which combine efficacy, innocuity, duration of protection, ease of use, stability and multivalence.
(85) This expectation of liberty, although not dispositive, may create a liberty interest--especially since status offenders are generally unsophisticated parties that are likely to take the designation's seeming innocuity at face value.
The HET-CAM test combined with histological studies for better evaluation of active ingredient innocuity. Int J Tissue React 24, 117-121.
The efficacy and innocuity of ACT017 have been demonstrated in in vitro and in vivo animal models.
The material had many notable advantages, such as high gravity, wide range of mechanical parameters, stable performance, low cost, fast drying, simple manufacturing process, innocuity, and harmlessness.
The reasons for this low performance are unclear and somewhat surprising since these vaccines are expected to fulfill the official requirements that include innocuity, sterility and potency before are made available for commercial use (MAPA, 2009).
IDENTIFICATION OF THE HAZARDS AFFECTING INNOCUITY IN A RED TILAPIA PROCESSING PLANT
(HUDSON, 1994) Thus, gradually writing yielded to speech the place of importance in language studies, not because it was perceived as a threat, but rather due to its perceived innocuity: the most efficient script would be the one as transparent as possible in the phonetic representation of its characters.