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*  Immunologic adjuvant
Delneste Y, Beauvillain C, Jeannin P (2007). "Innate immunity: structure and function of TLRs". Med Sci (Paris). 23 (1): 67-73 ... Takeda, Kiyoshi; Akira, Shizuo (2005). "Toll-like receptors in innate immunity". International Immunology. 17 (1): 1-14. doi: ... cells of the adaptive immunity (T and B lymphocytes) and non immune cells (epithelial and endothelial cells, and fibroblasts). ... and thus providing increased immunity to a particular disease. Adjuvants accomplish this task by mimicking specific sets of ...
*  Immunity
... immunity granted to a witness in exchange for testimony Immunity (Rupert Hine album) Immunity (Jon Hopkins album) Immunity ( ... Immunity may refer to: Immunity (medical), resistance of an organism to infection or disease Immunity (journal), a scientific ... immunity of a judge or magistrate in the course of their official duties Parliamentary immunity, immunity granted to elected ... a law that provides immunity for past crimes Charitable immunity, immunity from liability granted to charities in many ...
*  Immunity (journal)
"Immunity". Library of Congress Online Catalog. Library of Congress. Retrieved 2014-12-05. "Immunity". NLM Catalog. National ... Immunity is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal of immunology published by Cell Press. The journal was established in ... ". "Immunity". Ulrichsweb. ProQuest. Retrieved 2014-12-18. (Subscription required (help)). "Title lists". EBSCO Information ...
*  Interjurisdictional immunity
Intergovernmental immunity - US doctrine Intergovernmental immunity - Australian doctrine Hogg & Godil 2008, p. 626. The Bank ... Interjurisdictional immunity is an exception to the pith and substance doctrine, as it stipulates that there is a core to each ... The interjurisdictional immunity doctrine will not render inapplicable insignificant impacts caused by legislation of general ... As we have already noted, interjurisdictional immunity is of limited application and should in general be reserved for ...
*  Deadly Immunity
"Deadly Immunity" is an article written by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. that appeared in the July 14, 2005 issue of Rolling Stone and ... "Deadly Immunity" was heavily criticized for quoting material out of context, and both Rolling Stone and Salon eventually ... On January 16, 2011, Salon announced that it was retracting "Deadly Immunity". In a statement on the website, Kerry Lauerman, ...
*  Judicial immunity
... is a form of legal immunity which protects judges and others employed by the judiciary from liability ... But immunity generally does extend to all judicial decisions in which the judge has proper jurisdiction, even if a decision is ... Historically, judicial immunity was associated with the English common law idea that "the King can do no wrong." (Compare ... Judicial immunity does not protect judges from suits stemming from administrative decisions made while off the bench, like ...
*  Adoptive immunity
The term is used almost synonymously for "passive immunity" in some situations, however, passive immunity acts among xenogeneic ... Adoptive immunity acts in a host after their immunological components are withdrawn, their immunological activity is modified ... 1993). "Adoptive immunity." [Dictionary of Terms in Immunoglogy], 3rd ed. Osaka: Saishin-Igakusha, Ltd., p. 510. ISBN 4-914909- ...
*  Humoral immunity
... or humoural immunity is the aspect of immunity that is mediated by macromolecules found in extracellular ... The complement system is involved in the activities of both innate immunity and acquired immunity. Activation of this system ... It contrasts with cell-mediated immunity. Its aspects involving antibodies are often called antibody-mediated immunity. The ... Humoral immunity refers to antibody production and the accessory processes that accompany it, including: Th2 activation and ...
*  Prosecutorial immunity
... is the absolute immunity that prosecutors in the United States have in initiating a prosecution and ... "Prosecutors, Immunity and Conflicts of Interests : Absolute Immunity" (PDF). Newmexdwilaw.com. Retrieved 2015-10-12. ... Diminished responsibility Diminished capacity in United States law M.D. Kittle (March 26, 2014). "Absolute immunity makes it ... "A Brief Summary of Prosecutorial Immunity". Section 1983 Blog. 2009-09-07. Retrieved 2015-10-12. " ...
*  Sovereign immunity
... immunity from suit (also known as immunity from jurisdiction or adjudication) immunity from enforcement. Immunity from suit ... state immunities are codified in the State Immunity Act of 1979, which closely resembles the United Kingdom's State Immunity ... Sovereign immunity, or crown immunity, is a legal doctrine by which the sovereign or state cannot commit a legal wrong and is ... However, sovereign immunity of a state entity may be waived. A state entity may waive its immunity by: prior written agreement ...
*  Diplomatic immunity
"Diplomatic Immunity legal definition of Diplomatic Immunity. Diplomatic Immunity synonyms by the Free Online Law Dictionary". ... Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity that ensures diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not ... "U.S. Appeals Court Affirms Kuwait Immunity, Rejects Ex-Diplomat Immunity, in Abuse of Domestic Worker Case". Archived from the ... On grounds of diplomatic immunity, no charges could be filed. In 2009, South Africa was criticised for claiming immunity from ...
*  Immunity (medical)
Adaptive immunity can also be divided by the type of immune mediators involved; humoral immunity is the aspect of immunity that ... Maternal passive immunity is a type of naturally acquired passive immunity, and refers to antibody-mediated immunity conveyed ... Active immunity often involves both the cell-mediated and humoral aspects of immunity as well as input from the innate immune ... Innate immunity, also called native immunity, exists by virtue of an organisms constitution, that is its genetic make-up, ...
*  Charitable immunity
The early form of charitable immunity in England did not provide immunity from suit; it only protected segregated funds held in ... Charitable immunity is a legal doctrine which holds that a charitable organization is not liable under tort law. It originated ... Under the charitable immunity doctrine, it was still possible to sue employees or volunteers of charitable institutions, so the ... Moreover, the concept of immunity had no sooner crept into English law than it was decisively repudiated. By 1866, the dictum ...
*  Skin immunity
However, gut microbiome does not affect skin immunity significantly, instead, skin immunity is modulated by skin microflora ... Skin immunity is a property of skin that allows it to resist infections from pathogens. In addition to providing a passive ... Finally, mono-association of GF mice with S. epidermidis clearly restored immunity function which in the case of skin is ... Skin microbiota plays an important role in tissue homeostasis and local immunity. Skin microbial communities are highly diverse ...
*  Social immunity
... efforts peaks during middle-age, in contrast to efforts in personal immunity increasing or being maintained ... Further work revealed how a trade-off existed between investment in personal immunity vs investment in social immunity, i.e., ... Cotter, S. C.; Kilner, R. M. (2010-07-01). "Personal immunity versus social immunity". Behavioral Ecology. 21 (4): 663-668. doi ... Mechanisms of social immunity are often categorized by the stage of the parasite attack on a group of organisms they target. ...
*  Intrinsic immunity
... combines aspects of the two traditional branches of the immune system - adaptive and innate immunity - but ... Also, like adaptive immunity, intrinsic immunity is specifically tailored to a single type or class of pathogens, notably ... Though the extent of protection intrinsic immunity affords is still unknown, it is possible that intrinsic immunity may ... Intrinsic immunity comprises cellular proteins which are always active and have evolved to block infection by specific viruses ...
*  Herd immunity
... (also called herd effect, community immunity, population immunity, or social immunity) is a form of indirect ... The term herd immunity was first used in 1923 to refer to an entire population's immunity, in reference to research examining ... High levels of immunity in one age group can create herd immunity for other age groups. Vaccinating adults against pertussis ... Individuals who lack immunity, primarily those who choose not to vaccinate, free ride off the herd immunity created by those ...
*  Intravascular immunity
... describes the immune response in the bloodstream, and its role is to fight and prevent the spread of ... Components of intravascular immunity include the cellular immune response and the macromolecules secreted by these cells. It ... Ramirez, G. A.; Maugeri, N.; Sabbadini, M. G.; Rovere-Querini, P.; Manfredi, A. A. (2014-02-01). "Intravascular immunity as a ... Hickey, Michael J.; Kubes, Paul (2009). "Intravascular immunity: The host-pathogen encounter in blood vessels". Nature Reviews ...
*  Consular immunity
... privileges are described in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963 (VCCR). Consular immunity ... Procedurally, official acts immunity is raised as an affirmative defense. Diplomatic immunity Vienna Convention on Consular ... For example, consular officers are not accorded absolute immunity from a host country's criminal jurisdiction, they may be ... U.S. Department of State - Legal Aspects of Diplomatic Immunity and Privileges U.S. Diplomacy - Diplomatic and Consular ...
*  Qualified immunity
Absolute immunity Zieper v. Metzinger "Qualified Immunity: How It Protects Law Enforcement Officers". United States Federal ... Play media Qualified immunity is a doctrine in United States federal law that arises in cases brought against state officials ... This shield of immunity is an objective test designed to protect all but "the plainly incompetent or those who knowingly ... This grant of immunity is available to state or federal employees performing discretionary functions where their actions, even ...
*  Absolute immunity
... is a form of legal immunity for government officials that confers total immunity from criminal prosecution ... Absolute immunity contrasts with qualified immunity, which only applies if specified conditions are met. In common law ... lawyers in certain circumstances related to fraud Immunity from prosecution Zieper v. Metzinger Absolute Immunity. Louisiana ... although prosecutors are only entitled to qualified immunity if they are acting outside of their function as a prosecutor); ...
*  State immunity
The argument on the other side is that immunity should be ended, but other ways exist to accomplish this. Ending immunity ... The Law of State Immunity, Oxford University Press Text of European Convention on State Immunity Text of United Nations ... that establishes the European Tribunal in matters of State Immunity. The United Nations Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities ... The doctrine and rules of state immunity concern the protection which a state is given from being sued in the courts of other ...
*  Passive immunity
... is the transfer of active humoral immunity in the form of ready-made antibodies. Passive immunity can occur ... Maternal passive immunity is a type of naturally acquired passive immunity, and refers to antibody-mediated immunity conveyed ... Passive immunity is effective, but ephemeral (lasting a short amount of time). Active immunity Immunity (medical) "Vaccines: ... An individual's immune response of passive immunity is "faster than a vaccine" and can instill immunity in an individual that ...
*  Parliamentary immunity
... , also known as legislative immunity, is a system in which members of the parliament or legislature are ... Parliamentary immunity in Italy was re-instated in 1948 by the Constituent Assembly, to prevent cases such as "Francesco ... This lack of criminal immunity is derived from the key tenet of the British Constitution that all are equal before the law. In ... Before prosecuting, it is necessary that the immunity be removed, usually by a superior court of justice or by the parliament ...
*  Heterosubtypic immunity
... influenza A viruses could induce immunity against unrelated sub-strains.' Huan H. Nguyen et al, Heterosubtypic Immunity to ... "Heterosubtypic immunity (HSI) is defined as cross-protection to infection with an influenza A virus serotype other than the one ...