passive transfer


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passive transfer

n.
The transfer of skin-sensitizing antibodies from the blood of an allergic individual to that of a nonallergic individual in order to test the sensitized area for an allergic reaction to specific allergens.
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Key players and manufacturers in animal pregnancy test kits market are taking immense efforts in developing vaccines that prevents abortion, thereby ensuring passive transfer of the immunity.
This "passive transfer" of antibodies gives this vaccine candidate the potential to be equally effective in everyone, Fauci said.
Our rats did not show significant neurological worsening with passive transfer of the AQP4 IgG.
Present study was intended to evaluate the effect of vitamin E and selenium supplementation on passive transfer of antibodies in colostrum and calves against FMD and HS vaccine.
Heat stress also impacts critical events in the life cycle of livestock, including the passive transfer of maternal antibodies to offspring via milk and developing an effective response to vaccination.
Case report: passive transfer of hepatitis B antibodies from intravenous immunoglobulin.
The neonatal calf immunity during early period is only due to passive transfer of immunoglobulins from mother through colostrum.
The overall effect is not just a passive transfer of information, but lively, interactive and enjoyable sessions where the learners develop confidence and build skills as they understand and apply the knowledge by connecting it to their daily life.
* Passive transfer of antibody from mother to fetus benefits the newborn.
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