immunity

  1. the state of not being susceptible
  2. (medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease
  3. the quality of being unaffected by something
  4. an act exempting someone

immunity

[n] - (medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease 2. [n] - the quality of being unaffected by something
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immunity

The ability to resist a disease because the body produces antibodies to it.
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Immunity

Resistance of the body against external factors.
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immunity

A state of resistance to corrosion or anodic dissolution of a metal caused by thermodynamic stability of the metal.
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Immunity

When your body stops you catching a particular infection
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Immunity

resistance to a specific disease because of the responses of the immune system
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Immunity

The resisting power of the body to invading micro-organisms
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Immunity

The ability to resist infection and to heal.
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immunity

noun the quality of being unaffected by something; `immunity to criticism`
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immunity

noun (medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease
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immunity

(L. immunitas) the condition of being immune; the protection against infectious disease conferred either by the immune response generated by immunization or previous infection or by other nonimmunologic factors (innate i.).
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Immunity

The power an animal has to resist and/or overcome an infection to which most of its species are susceptible. Active immunity is due to the presence of antibodies formed by an animal in response to previous exposure to the disease or through live or modified-live vaccines. Passive immunity is produced by giving the animal preformed or synthetic anti...
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IMMUNITY

a condition of being able to resist a particular infectious disease
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immunity

Type: Term Pronunciation: i-myū′ni-tē Definitions: 1. The status or quality of being immune (1). 2. Protection against infectious disease. Synonyms: insusceptibility
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IMMUNITY

Protection from disease that comes as a result of the body
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immunity

Agreement by court not to prosecute an individual in exchange for that individual providing criminal evidence..
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Immunity

A grant by the court assuring someone that they will not face prosecution in return for their providing criminal evidence.
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Immunity

Having sufficient biological defenses to avoid a specific disease.
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Immunity

Having sufficient biological defenses to avoid a specific disease.
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Immunity

Having sufficient biological defenses to avoid a specific disease.
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Immunity

Established in all child abuse laws to protect reporters from civil lawsuits and criminal prosecutio
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Immunity

resistance to disease (active immunity develops when an individual has had the disease or been vaccinated; passive immunity is passed from mother to chick through the egg)
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Immunity

Ability to resist infection.
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Immunity

a natural or acquired resistance to a specific disease.
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