vaccino-, vaccin-, vaccini-, vacci-, vacc- +
(Latin: of, or pertaining to, a cow; a bovine)
Scientific Latin, suspension of killed or attenuated (alive but weakened) microorganisms administered orally or by injection for the prevention or treatment of infectious diseases.
Vaccination continued, or repeated, until the vaccine virus has no effect.
A source from which vaccine is derived.
Simulating or resembling vaccinia.
vaccinophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An intense avoidance of vaccines and vaccinations: Some parents who have vaccinophobia refuse to have their children inoculated or immunised, which can result in a disease outbreak and death.
A small lance or instrument used in vaccination.
Someone who utilizes vaccines to provide immunity treatment against ailments.
The therapeutic use of vaccines.