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    Literally, genetically identical.


Same as isograft.


Secondary lymphoid organs
Organs in which antigen-driven proliferation and differentiation of B and T lymphocytes takes place.

Secretory component
A surface receptor on epithelial cells lining mucosal surfaces which binds dimeric IgA and transports it through the cell into mucosal secretions.

Serum sickness
A hypersensitivity reaction consisting of fever, rashes, joint pain and glomerulonephritis, resulting from localization of circulating, soluble, antigen-antibody complexes, which induce inflammatory reactions. Serum sickness was originally induced following therapy with large doses of antibody from a foreign source - e.g. horse serum.

Slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis (SRS-A)
A group of leukotrienes released by mast cells during anaphylaxis which induces a prolonged constriction of smooth muscle. This prolonged constriction is not reversible by treatment with antihistamines.

A mechanism for producing a specific state of immunologic unresponsiveness by the induction of suppressor T cells. This type of unresponsiveness is passively transferable by suppressor T cells or their soluble products.


Same as isograft.

Sexual health
The specific set of health matters and issues related to sex and sexuality.

South Beach Diet
A diet developed by cardiologist Arthur Agatston.

Safe sex
Sex in a monogamous relationship where neither party is infected with a sexually transmitted disease or urinary tract infection is considered to be "safe." However, many healthcare professionals believe there really is no such thing as "safe" sex and the only way to be truly safe is to abstain because all forms of sexual contact carry some risk.

A bacterium that may cause intestinal infection and diarrhea. See also gastroenteritis.

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