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nonimmune

(ˌnɒnɪˈmjuːn)
adj
(Biology) biology lacking immunity to a particular organism or antigen
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Adj.1.nonimmune - (often followed by `to') likely to be affected withnonimmune - (often followed by `to') likely to be affected with; "liable to diabetes"
susceptible - (often followed by `of' or `to') yielding readily to or capable of; "susceptible to colds"; "susceptible of proof"
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Any nonimmune person (who has not been vaccinated or was vaccinated but did not develop immunity) can become infected.
Prenatal ultrasound can demonstrate peripheral and visceral vascular anomalies, cardiomegaly, nonimmune hydrops, macrocephaly, hemi-hypertrophy, and umbilical cord hemangioma.
Virus infection or Nonimmune Fetal growth disease anasarca restriction LCMV + n Toxoplasmosis + + Rubella virus [+ or -] + CMV + + HSV + + Syphilis + + Parvovirus B19 ++ + Zika virus ([section]) + ++ * Data were obtained from Anderson et al.
The nonimmune fetal edema and (or) reduced fetal heart rate were indications for fetal cardiac intervention.
Although recommendations to exclude infectious staff members and nonimmune staff members suspected to have been exposed were made as soon as the outbreak was recognized, slow compliance with vaccination recommendations and incomplete implementation of exclusion recommendations, and restrictions on enforcing them, might have prolonged this outbreak.
If a certain percentage of people in a group are immune to a disease, whether by having been infected and recovered or by having been vaccinated, those immune people can function as a barrier that can prevent the disease from being transmitted to nonimmune members of the group.
Multiplication of typhus rickettsiae in human macrophage cell cultures in the nonimmune system: influence of virulence of rickettsial strains and of chloramphenicol.
1,2) It is a nonimmune reaction caused by exposure to chemicals called furocoumarins and psoralens, found in a variety of plants and fruits such as lemons, limes, celery, parsnips, figs, carrots, dill, mustard, and rindweed.
Non-immune refugees are at increased risk and have increased mortality rates, particularly nonimmune children aged under 5 years and non- or semi-immune pregnant women.