As adjectives the difference between immunosuppressive and nonimmunosuppressive
is that immunosuppressive
is (pharmacology) having the capability to suppress the immune system, capable of immunosuppression while nonimmunosuppressive
is not immunosuppressive.
As a noun immunosuppressive
is (pharmacology) an agent which is capable of immunosuppression.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(pharmacology) Having the capability to suppress the immune system, capable of immunosuppression.
(pharmacology) An agent which is capable of immunosuppression.