Thesaurus / attenuated

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It could become more deadly or it could attenuate and disappear, like the common cold.

That means that it’s the virus which has been attenuated, which means the harmful properties have been removed, but it’s the whole virus.

Most vaccine development labs “grow viruses up, and then inactivate them or attenuate them,” says Robert Langer, ScD ’74, an Institute Professor and Moderna’s academic cofounder.

Tackling covidTate Ryan-MosleyAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

The old ham, or, rather, the attenuated ghost of the old ham!

Cassy foresaw, too, that the tedium would not be attenuated by Paliser's conversation.

The Paliser caseEdgar Saltus

His feet were by no means dainty, his coat was a dirty looking dappled-white, and his mane so attenuated it needed a toupee.

MissyDana Gatlin

There was a quick lateral motion in the attenuated beams of which this zone was composed.

Beings fashioned of this attenuated substance might walk by our side unseen, nor cast a shadow in the noon-day sun.

In some places, even, the deploying process has attenuated the ridges sufficiently to break them through.

Thirdly, he showed that inoculation with the attenuated virus rendered an animal immune from infection with rabies.

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