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verb abridge, abstract, bring forth, choose, cite, collect, cull, deduce, derive, dig out, distill, draw, draw forth, draw out, educe, elicit, epitomize, eviscerate, evoke, excavate, excerpere, excerpt, extrahere, gather, glean, make a selection, mine, obtain, pick, pick out, pull, pull out, quarry, quote, remove, select, separate, single out, summarize, take out, withdraw
See also: abridgment, abstract, acquire, brief, compendium, deduce, deduct, derive, detect, digest, disencumber, disinter, dislodge, distill, educe, elicit, eliminate, eradicate, eviscerate, evoke, except, excerpt, excise, exclude, gain, glean, infer, liberate, quote, receive, reject, remove, secure, select, unveil, withdraw

EXTRACT. A part of a writing. In general this is not evidence, because the whole of the writing may explain the part extracted, so as to give it a different sense; but sometimes extracts from public books are evidence, as the extracts from the registers of births, marriages and burials, kept according to law, when the whole of the matter has been extracted which relates to the cause or matter in issue.

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Patients receiving subcutaneous allergenic extracts should be kept under observation a minimum of thirty minutes so that any adverse reaction can be observed and properly handled.
As mentioned the company can make over 500 different allergenic extracts for allergy testing and treatment.
Antigen), a privately-held FDA licensed manufacturer of allergenic extracts for immunotherapy.
Center Laboratories is a leading Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) licensed manufacturer of allergy immunotherapy products, including allergenic extracts such as pollens, molds and foods common to both humans and animals.
Supply of allergenic extracts for in vivo diagnostics with accessories, as defined in Annex 1) Table Products~ Technical Specification and its related services in support of regional health in art.
William Reisacher from Weill Cornell Medical College and colleagues teamed up with Rudner to study a novel method of delivering allergenic extracts using a compounded toothpaste vehicle.
Five-fold dilutions of the allergenic extracts are made, and these are labeled dilutions # 1 through #6.
The ELISA procedure involves binding of FDA-approved allergenic extracts to polystyrene microtiter plate wells; when serum is added to the wells, food-specified IgG will bind to fixed food allergen.
ABS and NSP are used as diluents with allergenic extracts to create customized immunotherapy treatments for patients.