Definitions for "Vaccination"
The act, art, or practice of vaccinating, or inoculating with the cowpox, in order to prevent or mitigate an attack of smallpox. Cf. Inoculation.
Any inoculation intended to raise immunity to a disease.
The injection into the body of killed or weakened organisms to give the body resistance against disease
a feasible approach to prevent and treat allergic asthma and other allergic disorders
a rapid and efficient way to induce both antibody and T cell responses against otherwise poorly immunogenic self antigens normally found on tumor cells
a very powerful method of eliciting tolerance against self-antigens, and is capable of preventing EAE in rodent models
a very specific protection to a specific virus
A technique of some anti-virus programs to store information about files in order to notify the user about file changes. Internal vaccines store the information within the file itself, while external vaccines use another file to verify the original for possible changes.
by means of this technique, the antivirus program stores information on files. Whenever it detects a difference between the information it has stored and the current file data, it will warn you of the situation. There are two types of vaccine: Internal (the information is stored within the file itself, which means that when it is executed it automatically checks for any changes) and External (information is stored in a specially created file, which the program uses to check against the original for possible changes).
Keywords:  innoculation, scar, left
the scar left following innoculation with a vaccine
Keywords:  administering, act, process
the process of administering a vaccine.
The act of administering a vaccine.
a relatively recent development in vaccine methodology
a one-time event but quitting smoking requires repeated actions (or substitute actions)
an example of a good which involves positive externalities
Keywords:  treatment
Treatment with a vaccine.
Keywords:  medical, procedure, risk, involves
a medical procedure that involves some risk
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