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The company’s orally available drug, called PMD-026 inactivates a kinase, an enzyme called RSK.
In the fine print, the committee recommendation explains that there are a lack of data on safety of approved inactivated vaccines during pregnancy.
Moreover, the person did not heat the potatoes after removing them from the can, a step that can inactivate the botulinum toxin, the researchers said.
The vaccines currently available for both strains are killed, or inactivated, vaccines that contain a dead virus.
After injecting a drug into the monkeys' brains that temporarily inactivated the specific brain area the researchers then had them play the same game again (this anesthetized procedure was approved by the university’s animal welfare committee).
Later that year, another CDC lab bungled the procedures that inactivate live anthrax, exposing workers in that lab and a second lab to the possibility of infection.
The paper shows that specific types of genetic variants that inactivate genes – called nonsense SNPs – are surprisingly common in the human population.
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Medical Definition of inactivate
: to make inactive: asa: to destroy certain biological activities of inactivate the complement of normal serum by heatb: to cause (as an infective agent) to lose disease-producing capacity inactivate bacteria
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