immunological tolerance

noun
  1. the absence of antibody production in response to the presence of antigens, usually as a result of previous exposure to the antigens
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immunological tolerance in Medicine

immunological tolerance

n.
  1. Acquired specific failure of the immunological mechanism to respond to a given antigen, induced by exposure to the antigen.
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