immune

Type: Term Pronunciation: i-myūn′ Definitions: 1. Free from the possibility of acquiring a given infectious disease; resistant to an infectious disease. 2. Pertaining to the mechanism of sensitization in which the reactivity is so altered by previous contact with an antigen that the responsive tissues respond quickly on subsequent contac
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immune

Cannot be infected by a given pathogen.
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Immune

Exempt from attack or infection by a given organism.
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immune

[adj] - relating to the condition of immunity 2. [adj] - secure against 3. [adj] - relating to or conferring immunity (to disease or infection) 4. [adj] - (usually followed by `to`) not affected by a given influence 5. [n] - a person who is immune to a particular infection
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Immune

Protected against a particular infection
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Immune

Immune: Protected against infection. The Latin immunis means free, exempt.
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Immune

Im·mune' adjective [ Latin immunis . See Immunity .] Exempt; protected by inoculation. -- Im*mu'nize transitive verb
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Immune

Im·mune' noun One who is immune; esp., a person who is immune from a disease by reason of previous affection with the disease or inoculation.
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immune

<immunology> Protected against, infectious disease by either specific or non-specific mechanisms. ... Origin: L. Immunis = free, exempt ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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immune

resistant adjective relating to or conferring immunity (to disease or infection)
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immune

adjective (usually followed by `to`) not affected by a given influence; `immune to persuasion`
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immune

adjective secure against; `immune from taxation as long as he resided in Bermuda`; `immune from criminal prosecution`
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immune

adjective relating to the condition of immunity; `the immune system`
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immune

(ĭ-mūn´) being highly resistant to a disease because of the formation of humoral antibodies or the development of immunologically competent cells, or both, or as a result of some other mechanism, as interferon activities in viral infections. characterized by the development of humoral antibodies ...
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Immune

• (a.) Exempt; protected by inoculation. • (n.) One who is immune; esp., a person who is immune from a disease by reason of previous affection with the disease or inoculation.
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immune

(L. immunis free, exempt) protected against, infectious disease by either specific or nonspecific mechanisms.
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immune

immune 1. Protected from getting a disease because of natural resistance, resistance acquired after catching the disease, or resistance conferred by inoculation. 2. Relating to or involved in a body's resistance to disease or the creation of this resistance. 3. Exempt from something that others are subject to or made to endure or to perform; such
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Immune

Protected against infection. The Latin immunis means free, exempt.
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Immune

Protected against infection. The Latin immunis means free, exempt.
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Immune

The resistance to infection.
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Immune

Protected against infection. The Latin immunis means free, exempt.
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