Verb(1) introduce an idea or attitude into the mind of(2) introduce a microorganism into(3) perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation(4) insert a bud for propagation(5) impregnate with the virus or germ of a disease in order to render immune
(1) In the event of a smallpox outbreak, the federal government is prepared with enough vaccine to inoculate everyone who would need it.(2) And he's told me how children would come in and they would inoculate them against diseases, but he knew there had to be something else.(3) If we want to prevent someone from catching a serious disease, we inoculate them.(4) He states that anthrax vaccine is not being produced, but the Pentagon has embarked on a massive effort to produce this vaccine and to inoculate all US troops on active duty.(5) In Milwaukee, the health department says it doesn't have enough vaccine available to inoculate the city's homebound elderly population, for which the flu is particularly dangerous.(6) The threat of terrorists waging biological warfare on Britain was starkly underlined last night when the Government announced that it was acquiring enough smallpox vaccine to inoculate the entire population.(7) Enough vaccine to inoculate everyone in the country against a pandemic strain of flu will be manufactured after the deadly virus breaks out, the Government pledged yesterday.(8) Vaccination programmes are being carried out in schools to inoculate children who have not been taken to their doctor for the injection.(9) You will get help on how to apply for your visa as well as recommendations on vaccination and inoculation .(10) Army doctors have started inoculating villagers against disease.(11) When monkeys were inoculated with the vaccines, the primates' immune systems mounted a response against either the Ebola or Marburg virus.(12) Half of them were randomly chosen to be inoculated with C. campestris (infected group), leaving the rest uninfected (control group).(13) The article covers a probable impact of global changes on the distribution of bloodsucking arthropods as the vectors of inoculable disease agents.(14) The United Nations said it planned to start immunisation campaigns which would focus on inoculating children under the age of five against measles and meningitis, and women of childbearing age against tetanus.(15) Organisms obtained from these animals, when inoculated into uninfected animals, proved to be unresponsive to atovaquone therapy, suggesting the emergence of drug resistance.(16) There's even great advice on immunizations and inoculations .
1. vaccinate ::
2. immunize ::
Different Formsinoculate, inoculated, inoculates, inoculating
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