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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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Macrophage are responsive to a number of lymphokines that induce their growth differentiation and activation; since lymphokines are released by primed lymphocytes, produced chiefly by T-lymphocytes, on contact with an antigen [21], and the demonstration of a lymphookine mediated reaction in this study strongly supported the existence of T like lymphocytes in Tilapias and that the fish is capable of delayed hypersensitivity reactions.
Delayed hypersensitivity and leucocyte migration inhibition in checks with BGG or Marek's disease infection.
Mantoux testing elicits a delayed hypersensitivity reaction to a previously sensitized antigen (a T-lymphocyte function), and it is generally accepted as a valid in vivo indicator of a patient's level of cell-mediated immunity.
A delayed hypersensitivity test is an immune function assessment that measures the presence of activated T cells that recognize a certain substance.
To determine whether delayed hypersensitivity reaction to foods might be a factor in the development of chronic diarrhea in children, researchers measured IgG antibodies and prescribed an elimination diet to children in four different groups.
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.

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