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inoculate someone against something

to immunize someone against a disease. We need to inoculate all the children against whooping cough. Have you been inoculated against measles?
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inoculate someone with something

to use a particular substance in immunizing someone against a disease. Donna inoculated Richard and Nancy with yellow fever vaccine for their trip. She also inoculated Sam with something to prevent malaria.
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The order also directed all school administrators and school health personnel to review the master list of inoculated students, regardless of the number of doses received, identify them for close monitoring for any symptom, and submit a report.
There were no plant deaths in treatments where mango trees were inoculated only with the sterile culture medium disk without the presence of the fungus at any Cp level (Table 1).
We inoculated pigs intranasally and intratracheally with 106 tissue culture infectious dose 50 ([TCID.
Each serial dilution was spiked with 10 ng/uL of healthy tomato plant genomic DNA developed by tissue culture to get the same background as in inoculated plants.
There was no bacterial contamination in MRD and MYD accessions submitted to storage of endosperm discs in plastic bags at 12 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C for 12 days and in MYD when five zygotic embryos were inoculated in Petri dish for two days.
To enhance the efficacy of the pulsed light treatment, the scientists immersed the inoculated berries in agitated 1% [H.
In the non- inoculated treatment without any chromium stress, 10ml of sterilized distilled water was used.
1 ml quantity of dilution was inoculated in to the allantoic-cavity of 9-11 day-old embryonated eggs which were incubated at 37C with 85% relative humidity.
As far as the inoculation of plants and subsequent mycorrhisation are concerned, it has been shown in several studies that inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi does not necessarily lead to significant differences between inoculated and non-inoculated plant because 90% of cultivated plants establish this relationship naturally (Pera and Parlade 2005; Barea et al.
Disease resistance ratings are based on a combination of data from natural infection, recorded in field trials located within commercial crops and special inoculated plots.
Adult (n = 15) and juvenile (n = 18) falcons were experimentally inoculated with different dosages of the same strain of Aspergillus fumigatus and an additional 3 falcons from each age group were used as uninfected control animals.
If being inoculated was commonly seen as reasonable and prudent, then people could sue for injury resulting from those who failed to inoculate themselves or their children.