1. immune response a bodily defense reaction that recognizes an invading substance (an antigen: such as a virus or fungus or bacteria or transplanted organ) and produces antibodies specific against that antigen
  2. immunologic response a bodily defense reaction that recognizes an invading substance (an antigen: such as a virus or fungus or bacteria or transplanted organ) and produces antibodies specific against that antigen
  3. unresponsive not reacting to some influence or stimulus
  4. learned response a reaction that has been acquired by learning
  5. response the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange
  6. minor expense (frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specified
  7. immenseness unusual largeness in size or extent or number
  8. immunofluorescence (immunology) a technique that uses antibodies linked to a fluorescent dye in order to study antigens in a sample of tissue
  9. humoral immune response an immune response that is mediated by B cells
  10. anamnestic response renewed rapid production of an antibody on the second (or subsequent) encounter with the same antigen
  11. at any expense regardless of the cost involved
  12. Edmund Spenser English poet who wrote an allegorical romance celebrating Elizabeth I in the Spenserian stanza (1552-1599)
  13. immune reaction a bodily defense reaction that recognizes an invading substance (an antigen: such as a virus or fungus or bacteria or transplanted organ) and produces antibodies specific against that antigen
  14. amino resin a plastic made from amino compounds
  15. communism a theory favoring collectivism in a classless society
  16. remuneration paying for goods or services or to recompense for losses
  17. frequency response (electronics) a curve representing the output-to-input ratio of a transducer as a function of frequency
  18. respect regard highly; think much of
  19. immunization the act of making immune (especially by inoculation)
  20. immunosuppression lowering the body's normal immune response to invasion by foreign substances; can be deliberate (as in lowering the immune response to prevent rejection of a transplanted organ) or incidental (as a side effect of radiotherapy or chemotherapy for cancer)

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