uninfected

[ US /ˌənɪnˈfɛktɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɪnfˈɛktɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. free from sepsis or infection
    a clean (or uninfected) wound
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How To Use uninfected In A Sentence

  • The percentage of infected cells was determined by counting the total number infected and uninfected cells from 10 randomly selected microscopic fields.
  • But with indiscriminate use, the adapter can spread periodontal disease to uninfected teeth. Globe and Mail
  • This causes more network traffic and waste valuable time as users look to disinfect uninfected machines.
  • If, instead of injecting material from an infected rabbit to an uninfected rabbit directly, they desiccated the material first and waited a period of days, the virulence of the disease declined rapidly.
  • Their uninfected colleagues stayed well away. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has less to do with a decision about what's good for you from a personal health standpoint than what is the extra added benefit from starting earlier, i.e., transmission, especially if you have a partner who's uninfected, said Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Early HIV therapy protects against virus spread
  • In our study antibody concentrations in uninfected older teenagers stabilised over the previous four years, perhaps as a result of increased exposure by the sexual route.
  • But with indiscriminate use, the adapter can spread periodontal disease to uninfected teeth. Globe and Mail
  • The researchers observed a trend toward normalization in the cardiac differences in the uninfected children, who remained asymptomatic.
  • An uninfected person would be susceptible to the virus by touching skin or objects contaminated with infectious droplets, then touching mouth, nose or eyes.
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