Translation of inactivate in Spanish:

inactivate

inactivar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈaktɪveɪt//ɪnˈæktəˌveɪt/

transitive verb

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    inactivar
    • If a family member is due to receive their oral polio, they should receive inactivated polio.
    • Preparation of a flu vaccine involves growing a vaccine strain of the virus in fertilized chicken eggs, collecting the virus and inactivating it prior to use.
    • The immune system develops a memory response to the flu vaccine because the vaccine contains inactivated viral particles.
    • The candidate vaccine is synthesized using modified, inactivated genes from Ebola virus.
    • The clinical trials in these instances used inactivated viruses as vectors to shuffle genes into patients' cells.
    • A third method of pathogen inactivation is therefore being considered that not only inactivates all viruses but also kills bacteria, parasites, and lymphocytes.
    • Pastuerization has also been used successfully to inactivate viruses in plasma products such as IVIG and coagulation factors, but not in FFP.
    • Dismissing critics, Salk came up with an effective way of inactivating the virus and personally conducted early human trials of the vaccine, which demonstrated its effectiveness.
    • They may also reduce the spread of influenza viruses throughout the respiratory tract and allow upper respiratory tract mucus to inactivate the viruses more easily.
    • Methods using photochemical treatment focus on inactivating bacteria, viruses, and parasites that are present in the component.
    • IPV has three types of polio virus which are completely inactivated with formaldehyde.
    • UV-B light has a greater penetration depth in protein solutions, however, and it was found to be ineffective at inactivating viruses to acceptable levels without damaging plasma proteins.
    • Vaccine choices include two inactivated preparations with similar efficacy.
    • They inactivated the viruses, filtered and blended the three types into the vaccine for the trial.
    • Ultraviolet disinfection units may destroy bacteria, inactivate viruses, and leave no taste or odor in the water.
    • These vaccines are inactivated and should be administered intramuscularly into the deltoid muscle.
    • Other rhodium complexes may also be useful for sterilising blood for transfusion by inactivating viruses.
    • The experimental DNA vaccine is synthesized using modified, inactivated genes from the Ebola virus.
    • If the cells lived - that is, if there were enough antibodies in the serum to inactivate the virus - they would clear the dye color to yellow as the medium became more acidic.
    • The aim of the approach is to reduce the risk of vaginal or anal transmission of the virus by killing or inactivating it, creating a barrier to mucosal cells or preventing the infection taking hold after it has entered the body.