Resistant to a particular infection or toxin owing to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells,
Resistant to a particular infection or toxin owing to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells
they were naturally immune to hepatitis B
Protected or exempt, esp. from an obligation or the effects of something
they are immune from legal action
Not affected or influenced by something
no one is immune to his immense charm
Of or relating to immunity
the body's immune system
a person who is immune to a particular infection
relating to the condition of immunity; "the immune system"
secure against; "immune from taxation as long as he resided in Bermuda"; "immune from criminal prosecution"
relating to or conferring immunity (to disease or infection)
(usually followed by `to') not affected by a given influence; "immune to persuasion"
(immunity) unsusceptibility: the state of not being susceptible; "unsusceptibility to rust"
Immunity is a biological term that describes a state of having sufficient biological defenses to avoid infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasion. Immunity involves us both specific and non-specific components. ...
Immune is the third studio album by Soul Embraced, released on February 25, 2003.
Immune is a song by the Heavy metal band Godsmack from their debut studio album Godsmack and was written by Sully Erna and Tony Rombola and Robbie Merrill. The dialogue in the beginning is from the movie No Escape.
"Immune" is a 7" single by Duluth, Minnesota slowcore group Low, released in 1999.
(Immunes) Ancient Rome's military was highly advanced for its time, divided into multiple units to maximize efficiency and power. One such unit was the immune class. ...
(Immunity (album)) Immunity is a solo album by Rupert Hine. Originally released in 1981, re-released and digitally remastered in 2001. The song "Misplaced Love" features a brief chorus by British singer Marianne Faithfull.
(immunity) The state of being insusceptible to something; notably: (medicine) Fully protective resistance against infection. (in law) An exemption from specified duties, such as payments or services. (in law) An exemption from prosecution. ...
(immunes) (Latin) the skilled craftsmen in a legionary camp who were, as the Latin translate, "the exempt;" these men did not perform such routine tasks as ditch-digging and patrolling the ramparts because they posessed some specialised skill or trade which qualified them for special duties. ...
(Immunity) That resistance usually associated with the presence of antibodies or cells having a specific action on the microorganism concerned with a particular infectious disease or on its toxin. ...
(Immunity) not subject to attack or infection by a specified pest or pathogen.
(immunity) A right to be excepted from duty or penalty. (See also privilege.)
(Immunity) Exemption from performing duties that the law generally requires other citizens to perform, or from a penalty or burden that the law generally places upon other citizens.
(Immunity) The ability to resist infection and to heal.
(immunity) The state of resistance to an infection.
(immunity) Mechanisms that defend the body against infection; specific defenses against specific pathogens.
(Immunity) Grant by the court, which assures someone will not face prosecution in return for providing criminal evidence.
(Immunity) A condition in which the animal's immune system has been primed and is able to protect the body from a disease-causing agent such as a certain virus or bacteria. An animal could have immunity to one agent, such as parvovirus, but not have immunity to another agent, such as rabies.
(Immunity) freedom from; protection from some action, such as being sued or prosecuted.