hyperimmune


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hyperimmune

(ˌhaɪpərɪˈmjuːn)
adj
(Medicine) med characterized by a high degree of immunization
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VIGIV was developed on Emergent's hyperimmune platform, on which several marketed antibody therapeutics have been licensed.
To produce hyperimmune colostrum of ewes and does by vaccinating them during their pregnancy and to examine the performance of their lambs/kids receiving the colostrum from the dams.
For IHC, we tested liver tissue sections with an in-house primary polyclonal anti-yellow fever virus antibody (1:40,000, derived from hyperimmune mouse serum); signal amplification was achieved with a HiDef Detection HRP Polymer System (Cell Marque/Sigma-Aldrich, Rocklin, CA, USA) and visualization with diaminobenzidine (D-5637; Sigma-Aldrich, St.
Therefore, the researchers produced a rabbit hyperimmune serum in order to establish a sustainable chikungunya diagnostic and surveillance system through the development of an additional MAC-ELISA.
A Randamized trial of Hyperimmune globulin to prevent congenital cytomegalovirus infection.
Ruide develops, manufactures and commercialises plasma-derived products, including albumin, immunoglobulin (Ig) for IV injection, and several hyperimmune Ig products, for the Chinese domestic market.
Fractionation of hyperimmune plasma is achieved by digestion of plasma proteins with pepsin at acid pH (Pope, 1939) and ammonium sulfate precipitation.
This ongoing, hyperimmune reaction affects the fibromyalgia pressure points and causes intense pain and stiffness for fibromyalgia sufferers.
The globulin fractions from a hyperimmune serum were extracted with a saturated solution of ammonium sulfate.
Briefly, the central well of a glass slide coated with melted agarose gel was loaded with known hyperimmune sera against IBDV and peripheral wells with reference antigen (taken from Veterinary Research Institute, Lahore) of IBDVs and bursal suspensions.