nonantigenic

nonantigenic

(ˌnɒnæntɪˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Physiology) immunol not antigenic
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In addition, the PGA scaffold can be used as a nonantigenic implant, which would not have a rejection reaction once implanted.
These microbial polyesters are attracting more and more attention in tissue engineering because they are biodegradable, nonantigenic, and biocompatible.
31,32Another theory has been proposed that stretching of the skin damages the connective tissue causing subsequent conversion of nonantigenic molecules to antigenic ones, leading to skin eruption.
Preoperative treatment with albendazole renders the cyst nonantigenic and decreases the tension in the cyst wall.
Reduction of pacemaker pressure symptoms using nonantigenic preserved human dermis grafts.
17) It is also nonantigenic, biocompatible, and nonhemolytic.
PS is nonantigenic due to the lack of aromatic amino acids and lack of a rigid structure.
Manufacturers purify the bovine collagen source to render it nonantigenic, but cite sensitivity to bovine products as a contraindication.
RX] conforms to any wound site, is biocompatible, biodegradable, nonantigenic, and may be left in the wound site through multiple bandage changes.
As a fully human, nonantigenic counterpart to the chimeric TNT antibody, it therefore appears to be a good candidate to be used in future clinical trials for the treatment of refractory solid tumors in man.
Heparin is ordinarily used as anticoagulant, PEG is nontoxic, nonimmunogenic, and nonantigenic polymer and may decrease the attractive forces between surfaces and proteins, so the new Hp-PEG-PMMA IOL was expected to have a remarkable anti-thrombogenicity and better uveal biocompatibility.
Poly (ethylene glycol) (PEG), a semicrystalline poly-ether with glass transition temperature below zero, is nontoxic, nonantigenic, and nonimmunogenic (10), (11).