immunogenic

Immunogenic - What does it mean?

immunogenic | |

Immunogenic vs Pathogenic - What's the difference?

immunogenic | pathogenic |


As adjectives the difference between immunogenic and pathogenic

is that immunogenic is that produces a reaction from the immune system; antigenic while pathogenic is able to cause (harmful) disease.

Immunogenic vs Immunogenically - What's the difference?

immunogenic | immunogenically |


As an adjective immunogenic

is that produces a reaction from the immune system; antigenic.

As an adverb immunogenically is

in an immunogenic way.

Immunogenic vs Nonimmunogenic - What's the difference?

immunogenic | nonimmunogenic |


As adjectives the difference between immunogenic and nonimmunogenic

is that immunogenic is that produces a reaction from the immune system; antigenic while nonimmunogenic is not immunogenic.

Antigenic vs Immunogenic - What's the difference?

antigenic | immunogenic |


As adjectives the difference between antigenic and immunogenic

is that antigenic is (immunology) of or relating to an antigen while immunogenic is that produces a reaction from the immune system; antigenic.

Reaction vs Immunogenic - What's the difference?

reaction | immunogenic |


As a noun reaction

is an action or statement in response to a stimulus or other event.

As a adjective immunogenic is

that produces a reaction from the immune system; antigenic.