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delayed

(Arrested), adjective adjourned, belated, contained, deferred, dilatory, late, lingering, overdue, protracted, remanded, restrained, set back, stopped, suspended, tardy, unpunctual, untimely

delayed

(Lagging), adjective arrested, behindhand, delinquent, detained, impeded, in abeyance, in arrears, late, overdue, sluggish
Associated concepts: dilatory action, dismissal due to delay, expedited proceedings, motion to accelerate the proceeddngs, prejudice due to delay, right to a speedy trial, unusual delay
See also: arrested, back, dilatory, late, overdue
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In different mammalian species, there is surprisingly great variation of the delayed hypersensitivity response to tuberculin: man, guinea pigs and rabbits exhibit strong responses [8], while rats, mice and cats display 'much weaker reactions [13].
This inhibition of migration seems characteristic of cells from animals with delayed hypersensitivity since exudates cells obtained from non-hypersensitive animals immunized to produce only circulating antibody are not inhibited by antigen.
Reduce immune delayed hypersensitivity (allergy) reactions that
population, by comparison, delayed hypersensitivity reactions are not
Because a delayed hypersensitivity reaction to a previously sensitized antigen occurs, patients who had not been previously vaccinated with bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) were not eligible for this study.
Quantitative hepatitis B surface antibody titers were compared with reference to subjects' sex and delayed hypersensitivity responses using a two-tailed t test.
In lower concentrations, eugenol can act as a contact allergen evoking a localized delayed hypersensitivity reaction.
The bad news: Type IV delayed hypersensitivity to other chemicals found in gloves-or that readily permeate gloves-is on the rise, Dr.
019), delayed hypersensitivity was noted in three patients: one with angiodema after cycle 8, and one each with uticaria and serum sickness after cycle 4.
A photosensitivity reaction, occurring mainly on sun-exposed areas, is a delayed hypersensitivity reaction reflecting direct cellular damage produced by the photochemical reaction between a chemical photosensitizer and the appropriate radiation on the skin and is independent of dose and duration of exposure (4).
2), (3) For those with food allergies that are not IgE-mediated and associated with delayed hypersensitivity reactions, estimates are more difficult to determine.

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