- capable of being inoculated.
Origin of inoculable
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The disease is inoculable and thought to be due to a bacillus.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin
Henry Weightman Stelwagon
They are rapidly destroyed in the circulation, and are not inoculable.
Syphilis is a disease that is contagious, inoculable, and transmissible by heredity.Essays In Pastoral Medicine
Syphilis, therefore, is a markedly contagious and inoculable disease.Venereal Diseases in New Zealand (1922)
Committee Of The Board Of Health
- capable of being inoculated
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- Transmissible by inoculation.
- Susceptible to a disease transmitted by inoculation.
- That can be used in an inoculation.
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