Bacterin

• (n.) A bacterial vaccine.
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bacterin

<virology> A vaccine composed of weakened or dead bacteria which will cause the body to create antibodies against the disease normally caused by the bacteria in the vaccine. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Bacterin

Bac'te·rin noun (Medicine) A bacterial vaccine.
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Bacterin

A type of vaccine that is made of killed, whole, bacterial cells, sometimes combined with a toxoid.
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bacterin

A vaccine containing killed bacteria.
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bacterin

A vaccine made from a bacteria.
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bacterin

a vaccine that is made of killed, whole, bacterial cells.
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Bacterin

A vaccine that provides protection against bacterial infection
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bacterin

Any killed bacterial vaccine.
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