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These products decrease the probability of getting immune-mediated diseases, like asthma or Type 1 diabetes and consequently improve quality of life.

The drug is infused into people with transthyretin-mediated amyloidosis, a rare hereditary disease that affects 50,000 people worldwide.

The site of your injury swells as your blood flow increases and your body ramps up the production of cytokines, a type of protein that helps mediate inflammation.

Preliminary results suggest a large fraction of the immune response is mediated by T-cells that are not affected by the variants, he said, and both natural infection and vaccination induce this response.

A handful of apps owned by an even smaller number of companies now mediate the most routine tasks in China, from eating to shopping to booking medical appointments, making any allegation of abuse especially personal for users.

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Filming it through his own camera's viewfinder kept him steady: it was a necessary mediating tool.

The White House has been mediating the tug of war between the CIA and the committee over the redaction process.

Mediating in this biased way is in fact only facilitating the continued occupation and colonization of Palestine.

Finally, Washington should stop negotiating and start mediating.

The full moon opposes the Sun, Tuesday, with Neptune as the mediating planet.

Hence he mitigates both by introducing the divine will as mediating between God and the world.

First, midst and last, it is or can be grand when it reverts or comes round upon its mediating point, or point of reaction.

When the universal is but the order of the facts themselves, the mediating machinery disappears along with the essences.

The mediating cantons invited the two parties to banish every cause of discord.

If my beloved and I can meet, and make up without the mediating of this worthy gentleman, it will be so much the better.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mediating, such as: resolve, intercede, intervene, negotiate, interfere, and arbitrate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.