Invection

Related to Invection: convection oven, Advection fog

In`vec´tion


n.1.An inveighing against; invective.
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This season has seen favourable patterns in the lowest layers being overridden by opposing air flows (often immediately) aloft, coupled with a briefly more favourable middle to upper air pattern yet a widespread invection of moist air was denied at every occurrence.
To determine the role of nitric oxide (NO) in RSV pathogenesis we compared the ability of epithelial cells from different anatomical sites to produce NO following RSV invection. The epithelial cells were cultured in media containing IFN-[gamma] (50 Units/ml) and LPS (5 ug/ml) and the level of NO measured after 48 h by the Griess reaction.
Listeria monocytogenes can cause sometimes fatal invections in young children, the frail and the elderly with weakened immune systems.