re-exposure

re-exposure

(ˌriːɪkˈspəʊʒə)
n
the act, state, or condition of being re-exposed
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Specifically, immunogenicity involves formation of antibodies (IgM, IgG, IgA) or cellular immunity, whereas allergenicity is the ability of allergens to induce specific IgE antibody of sufficient avidity/affinity to cause sensitization and, upon re-exposure, the ability to induce an allergic response.
Contracts based on Framework Agreement lots will be done by re-exposure to competition (mini-tender).
If the exposure to administration of the 'old friends' improves depression, the important question of whether we should encourage measured re-exposure to benign environmental microorganisms will not be far behind," concluded the authors.
Continuity of care assists in prevention of re-exposure.
In fact, their immunity to the disease may be boosted by re-exposure, the study suggests.
The findings by Amber Eade in my lab reveal that foetal ethanol exposure influences adolescent re-exposure, in part, by promoting interactions with intoxicated peers.
It is also expected that there will be signed an agreement with five suppliers for lots 1 and it is expected that agreements will be made with three suppliers lot secondDR will enter into supply contracts based on framework agreements by re-exposure to competition (mini-tender).
Tasks under this framework agreement is awarded for major projects after re-exposure to competition (mini-tenders) and for small tasks via a cascade model.