reactogenicity

the capacity of a vaccine to produce adverse reactions.
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reactogenicity

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-ak-tō-je-nĭ-sĭ′tē Definitions: 1. State of being able to produce adverse reactions.
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Reactogenicity

In clinical trials, the term reactogenicity refers to the property of a vaccine of being able to produce common, `expected” adverse reactions, especially excessive immunological responses and associated signs and symptoms—fever, sore arm at injection site, etc. (Much less frequently, the term has also been applied to therapeutic drug trials......
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