complement


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Synonyms for complement

Synonyms for complement

something that completes another

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something added to another for embellishment or completion

to supply what is lacking

Synonyms for complement

a word or phrase used to complete a grammatical construction

a complete number or quantity

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number needed to make up a whole force

something added to complete or embellish or make perfect

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one of a series of enzymes in the blood serum that are part of the immune response

either of two parts that mutually complete each other

make complete or perfect

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We are very pleased with the granting of this composition of matter patent for our first-in-class, oral complement factor D inhibitor, ACH-4471," commented Milind Deshpande, Ph.
Researchers evaluated the effect of RA101295, a macrocyclic peptide inhibitor of complement component 5, in baboons receiving lethal doses of E.
The medication regimen with the complement C5 monoclonal antibody (eculizumab) consisted of 900 mg/week for 4 continuous weeks, and then 1200 mg every 2 weeks until the surgery.
3 Exclusive connections: From industry complements to product complements Did it matter whether 99-cent iTunes songs or free pirated music was the real complement to iPod sales?
Controls included; positive control Escherichia coli V1, known to be resistant to the effects of complement, and negative control Escherichia coli A1, which is susceptible to complement activity (2).
Molecular structure of the complement pro-convertase in complex with factor D.
leprae suspensions were incubated with normal serum and a hemolytic titer (CH50) was determined as a measure of complement fixation.
Work on complement sentences, both crosslinguistically and within individual languages, has revealed the existence of systematic correlations between complement clause types and complement-taking predicates (see, among others, Givon 1980, 2001b: Ch.
tcf (n) = (10's complement of 11) * (10's complement of n - 1) .
Seven patterns are discussed; transitive verbs selecting into -ing complements, transitive verbs selecting out of -ing complements, intransitive verbs selecting on -ing complements, adjectives selecting to infinitive and to -ing complements, intransitive verbs selecting to infinitive and to -ing complements, nouns selecting to infinitive and to -ing complements, and intrasitive verbs selecting towards/toward - ing.
This allows employees an accumulation for their benefit in both accounts and sets them up to complement each other rather than compete.
Because drusen contains proteins produced by the complement branch of the immune system, scientists had suspected that the complement system plays a role in macular degeneration.
Medium to full-bodied whites that haven't been oak-aged possess a bit of complexity, thus giving them the power to either complement or contrast with a flavorful dish.
The computing capabilities and the company's ability to tightly integrate HPC with advanced visualization will complement our continuous goal to achieve cost-effective rotorcraft design.
The test measures levels of the complement component C4d and complement receptor 1 on the surface of erythrocytes, Dr.