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use and acellular
It is similar to the childhood vaccine called " DTaP " ( Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis ), with the main difference that the adult version contains smaller amounts of the diphtheria and pertussis components — this is indicated in the name by the use of lower-case " d " and " p " for the adult vaccine.
The acellular pertussis vaccine was approved in the United States in 1992 for use in the combination DTaP vaccine.
Moreover, the Bordetella pertussis adhesins FHA and pertactin are components of 3 of the 4 acellular pertussis vaccines currently licensed for use in the U. S.

use and human
I use this term to mean three things: a search for the human significance of an event or state of affairs, a tendency to look at wholes rather than parts, and a tendency to respond to these events and wholes with feeling.
Easily the best known of these three novels is The Space Merchants, a good example of a science-fiction dystopia which extrapolates much more than the impact of science on human life, though its most important warning is in this area, namely as to the use to which discoveries in the behavioral sciences may be put.
And by a skillful and unobtrusive use of imagery ( the enclosure is called a `` Roman-camp stockade '', the hastily erected lean-to is a `` Babylonian hovel '', the men begin to look like `` Peruvian mummies '' and to acquire `` Gothic faces '' ), Malraux projects a fresco of human endurance -- which is also the endurance of the human -- stretching backward into the dark abyss of time.
Pond water can be filtered for human use, but most part-time farmers would not want to go to so much trouble.
Biological anthropologists are interested in both human variation and in the possibility of human universals ( behaviors, ideas or concepts shared by virtually all human cultures ) They use many different methods of study, but modern population genetics, participant observation and other techniques often take anthropologists " into the field ," which means traveling to a community in its own setting, to do something called " fieldwork.
* Douglas Engelbart, as an internet pioneer, the inventor of the computer mouse, in human – computer interaction, committed, vocal proponent of the development and use of computers and networks to help cope with the world ’ s increasingly urgent and complex problems
It is thus a term used to describe attempts to use philosophical methods to identify the morally correct course of action in various fields of human life.
Bioethics, for example, is concerned with identifying the correct approach to matters such as euthanasia, or the allocation of scarce health resources, or the use of human embryos in research.
To practice architecture means to offer or render services in connection with the design and construction of a building, or group of buildings and the space within the site surrounding the buildings, that have as their principal purpose human occupancy or use.
Braudel's followers admired his use of the longue durée approach to stress slow, and often imperceptible effects of space, climate and technology on the actions of human beings in the past.
However, the increasing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections seen in clinical practice stems from antibiotic use both within human medicine and veterinary medicine.
The September 11 attacks presented an unprecedented threat because it involved suicide hijackers who could fly an aircraft and use it to delibrately crash the airplane into buildings for the sole purpose to cause massive casualties with no warning, no demands or negotiations, and no regard for human life.
Composting toilets use bacteria to decompose human feces into useful, odourless, sanitary compost.
As oxidative stress appears to be an important part of many human diseases, the use of antioxidants in pharmacology is intensively studied, particularly as treatments for stroke and neurodegenerative diseases.
Anything that partakes in being is also called a " being ", though often this use is limited to entities that have subjectivity ( as in the expression " human being ").
Bromine has no known essential role in human or mammalian health, but inorganic bromine and organobromine compounds do occur naturally, and some may be of use to higher organisms in dealing with parasites.
The dandy horse, also called Draisienne or laufmaschine, was the first human means of transport to use only two wheels in tandem and was invented by the German Baron Karl von Drais.
However the use of " go ' el " here can also be taken to reference a human avenger-of-blood.
Some examples are in improving crop technology ( not a medical application per se ; see BioSystems Engineering ), the manufacture of synthetic human insulin through the use of modified bacteria, the manufacture of erythropoietin in hamster ovary cells, and the production of new types of experimental mice such as the oncomouse ( cancer mouse ) for research.
Further evidence of Chinese athletes ' drug use came in 1997 when Australian authorities confiscated 13 vials of Somatropin, a human growth hormone, from the bag of Chinese swimmer Yuan Yuan upon her arrival for the 1997 World Swimming Championships.
In addition, the use of blood ( human or otherwise ) in cooking is prohibited by the kosher dietary laws ( kashrut ).

use and animal
Calling themselves a " consociate family ", they agreed to follow a strict vegetarian diet and to till the land without the use of animal labor.
Moreover, several organizations ( e. g., The American Society for Microbiology ( ASM ), American Public Health Association ( APHA ) and the American Medical Association ( AMA )) have called for restrictions on antibiotic use in food animal production and an end to all nontherapeutic uses.
There has been extensive use of antibiotics in animal husbandry.
The Egyptians made much use of animal glues to adhere furniture, ivory, and papyrus.
Hence ahimsa as a binding code of conduct implies a ban on hunting, butchery, meat eating, and the use of animal products provided by violent means.
After appearing in more than forty motion pictures and recording several music albums, most notably with Serge Gainsbourg, she chose to use her fame to promote animal rights.
* Glycogen, on the other hand, is an animal carbohydrate ; humans and other animals use it as a form of energy storage.
Brushes are typically made with nylon bristles, but sometimes use coarse animal hair, and may be mounted on a telescopic pole to allow greater reach.
Historical accounts from medieval Europe detail the use of infected animal carcasses, by Mongols, Turks and other groups, to infect enemy water supplies.
It consists of thick leather, boiled in water ( some sources hold that oil and wax were used as well ; others posit the use of ammonia from fermented animal urine ).
By the time World War I began, attempts to use anthrax were directed at animal populations.
StarLink is a variety of Bt corn patented by Aventis Crop Sciences ( a subdivision of Aventis, acquired by Bayer AG in 2002 ), intended for use in animal feed.
Animal communication, and indeed the understanding of the animal world in general, is a rapidly growing field, and even in the 21st century so far, a great share of prior understanding related to diverse fields such as personal symbolic name use, animal emotions, animal culture and learning, and even sexual conduct, long thought to be well understood, has been revolutionized.
The Thornthwaite system, in use since 1948, incorporates evapotranspiration along with temperature and precipitation information and is used in studying animal species diversity and potential effects of climate changes.
Scuba divers use mail to protect them from sharkbite, as do animal control officers for protection against the animals they handle.
The 12 year cycle, including Turkish / Mongolian translations of the animal names ( known as sanawat-e turki سنوات ترکی ,) remained in use for chronology, historiography, and bureaucratic purposes in the Persian and Turkish speaking world from Asia Minor to India and Mongolia throughout the Medieval and Early Modern periods.
A common chimpanzee from the Kasakela chimpanzee community was the first non-human animal observed making a tool, by modifying a twig to use as an instrument for extracting termites from their mound.
The body language of the dominatrix is frequently represented by the use of strong, dominant body-language which is comparable to the dominant posturing in the animal world.
More specifically, " habitats can be defined as regions in environmental space that are composed of multiple dimensions, each representing a biotic or abiotic environmental variable ; that is, any component or characteristic of the environment related directly ( e. g. forage biomass and quality ) or indirectly ( e. g. elevation ) to the use of a location by the animal.
Laws regarding resource conservation and management generally focus on a single resource, e. g., natural resources such as forests, mineral deposits or animal species, or more intangible resources such as especially scenic areas or sites of high archeological value, and provide guidelines for and limitations on the conservation, disturbance and use of those resources.
A number of research groups have experimented with the use of telomerase inhibitors in animal models, and as of 2005 and 2006 phase I and II human clinical trials are underway.
The first use of the word was for the limbs of fish, but has been extended to include other animal limbs and man-made devices.

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