This is being developed for the billions of uninfected people.
The first trial will be conducted in 20 healthy, uninfected volunteers at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland.
Nor will it work for uninfected persons who are exposed sexually.
The infected shellfish do not appear or taste differently than uninfected shellfish; the toxin can only be detected in a lab.
They are content with their country, and faithful to their chiefs, and yet uninfected with the fever of migration.
If they prove to be uninfected they can be processed for meat storage.
Quarters that were 'uninfected:' this doubtless, with judicious strictness of drilling, were the plan.
By no means casual, it is none the less as yet uninfected by officialism.
The sullen door, Yet uninfected, on its cautious hinge Fearing to turn, abhors society.
Here were the healthy ones, the uninfected ones who had received preventative inoculations.
infect in·fect (ĭn-fěkt')
v. in·fect·ed, in·fect·ing, in·fects
To contaminate with a pathogenic microorganism or agent.
To communicate a pathogen or disease to another organism.
To invade and produce infection in an organ or body part.