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hyperimmune

(ˌhaɪpərɪˈmjuːn)
adj
(Medicine) med characterized by a high degree of immunization
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By using slide agglutination with type-specific hyperimmune serum and specific multiplex PCR (4), we identified the Ss1223 strain as Si suis serotype 2.
Hyperimmune serum from a mouse chronically infected with Leishmania (Leishmania) amazonensis was used to confirm tissue parasitism.
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.
The globulin fractions from a hyperimmune serum were extracted with a saturated solution of ammonium sulfate.
Hyperimmune serum was raised in five, 2-weeksold SPF birds by inoculating 0.5 ml of Inactivated IBH vaccine- FAdV Type 4 (Globion India Pvt Ltd) by intramuscular route, booster injections with the same dose were given weekly upto 5 weeks of age.
AGPT of cell culture propagated AAV-4 showed band with known hyperimmune serum. Virus neutralization and PCR test showed positive results.
Hyperimmune serum sample (10 l) was diluted two fold in the wells on a U-bottom plate with PBS (0.2 M PBS, pH 7.2) for slide inhibition test.
To assess the immunogenicity of WCA and SSA polypeptides through Immunoblotting, the polyclonal hyperimmune serum was raised against M.
Under these conditions, hyperimmune serum had an absorbance of 1.4 and OD and mean of negative control sera was 0.135.
Anti-D reagents were initially manufactured from hyperimmune serum. Due to technical advancement, the detection level of anti-D has improved.
It has been report ed that there was no increase in resistance to C albicans challenge in rabbits given C albicans hyperimmune serum. (4) Moreover, T and B-cell-deficient severe combined immune deficiency (SCID) mice were as resistant to systemic C albicans infection as were immunocompetent mice.