Artificial induction of immunity
... of infectious disease, we have increasingly induced
immunity against a widening range of diseases to ... conferred immunity to smallpox.  Jenner induced
cowpox infection by transferring material from a ... Temporary immunity to a specific infection can be induced
in a subject by providing the subject with ...
High Frequency Ventilation
... and oxygenation at a reduced risk of ventilator induced
lung injury (VILI). This is commonly referred ... .
1 Ventilator induced
2 Types of High Frequency ... (HFPPV)
... heterofil is a gender-neutral term, like "heterosexual" in Canada and the United States.
Heterophile Antibodies are antibodies induced
by external antigens (Heterophile Antigens) that nevertheless cross-react with self-antigens. For example antibodies against Group A Streptococcus ...
... abnormal assembly can be templated on an exogenous protein, typically a misfolded form of the same protein. In this way, the disease state can be induced
in a susceptible host by the introduction of diseased tissue extract from an afflicted donor. The best known form of such infectious (or ...
... reduce this risk. During negative selection, all thymocytes with a high affinity for binding self peptides presented on MHC class I or class II are induced
to upregulate Bim, a protein which drives apoptosis. Cells which do not have a high affinity for self ('safe' cells) survive negative selection.