nontransmissible


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Adj.1.nontransmissible - not acquirable by inheritance
nonheritable, noninheritable - not inheritable
2.nontransmissible - (of disease) not capable of being passed on
noninfectious - not infectious
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Biological weapons run the gamut from extremely virulent smallpox to totally nontransmissible ricin.
Such treatments could leave detectable viral nucleic acids that would be nontransmissible. However, the 2 successful transmissions of EqPV-H to experimentally inoculated horses confirmed that EqPV-H can be transmitted from heat-treated commercially available tetanus antitoxin.
While medicine has claimed victory in the battles against major infections, for several decades medicine has been at a loss to deliver therapies in the field of chronic nontransmissible diseases.
Among its potential results, we may identify its contribution in the prevention and control of chronic, nontransmissible diseases and nutrition deficiencies, as well the positive appraisal of food culture, the strengthening of regional habits, reduction of food waste, and promotion of sustainable consumption and healthy eating.
Coat protein gene replacement results in whitefly transmission of an insect nontransmissible geminivirus isolate.
In Latin-American countries, only 15% of the 5-17-year-olds fulfil the everyday physical activity requirements (PA) [3], which represents a public health issue as far as nontransmissible chronic diseases in young population are concerned.
Finally, the pretext problem is self-limiting, because agencies that constantly base their decisions on (putatively) nontransmissible tacit expertise will encounter increasing skepticism from reviewing courts over time.
So, vector nontransmissible virus in transgenic plants would be transformed into a transmissible virus through heteroencapsidation resulting in new viral epidemics.
This has led to the suggestion these GSS phenotypes are not true prion diseases (e.g., TSEs) and are better designated as nontransmissible proteinopathies.
The use of food frequency questionnaires is a low cost method to assess dietary intake and is often used in epidemiological studies, since it allows correlating diet and the occurrence of nontransmissible chronic illnesses.