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Synonyms for homologous

Antonyms for homologous

having the same evolutionary origin but not necessarily the same function

corresponding or similar in position or structure or function or characteristics

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The company said PalinGen InovoFlo is manufactured and regulated for human homologous allograft use under 21 CFR Part 1271 and Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act.
Although most of the study participants had detectable HI antibody titers against the homologous virus 4 and 8 weeks after vaccination (8), antibodies against the H5N8 virus were barely detectable at these time points.
In all instances the identities of intraspecies homologous 18S rDNA regions from isolates from this study and from GenBank sequences were [greater than or equal to] 99.
First, all the chromosomes are duplicated, then these duplicate duos align with their original homologous partner and its duplicate.
The cDNA inserts that were used as probes were those homologous to rRNA, and to mRNAs encoding acetyl CoA carboxylase (ACC), lipoxygenase (LO), glucosyltransferase, inorganic phosphate translocator, nitrate reductase, and glycinamide ribonucleotide (GAR) synthetase/GAR transformylase.
Earlier it was found that a protein molecule named Srs2 regulates homologous recombination by counteracting the work of another protein, Rad51.
This invention also relates to methods of using the structure coordinates to solve the structure of homologous proteins or protein complexes.
Topics include discussions of research in the following areas: an introduction to gene mapping, phylogenetics in the face of lteral gene transfers, the role of recombination in the post-genomic era, genomic DNA rearrangement in the brain, natural genetic recombination of pathogens, the extent and limits of genetic recombination, and homologous recombination and innocuous intron elimination.
Modern versions of the homologous theory, in particular, now bear little resemblance to the original theory.
Once in the nucleus, the complex activates a transcriptional program functionally homologous to the Retinoblastoma pathway in mammalian cells.
Moreover, the transfusion of homologous blood carries the risk of major transfusion reactions and transmission of infective agents such as the hepatitis and HI viruses.
Homologous IVF is forbidden because "the moral relevance of the link between the meanings of the conjugal act and between the goods of marriage, as well as the unity of the human being and the dignity of his origin, demand that procreation of a human person be brought about as the fruit of the conjugal act specific to love between the spouses.
Ellisman and Palmer Taylor at the University of California, San Diego, and their colleagues have determined that homologous mutations in the genes coding the proteins butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) and acetylcholinesterase (AChE) cause defects in protein expression similar to those seen with neuroligin 3, shedding further light on a potential molecular mechanism underlying autism.
To render the pictorial structure homologous with its subject's classificatory premise, the illusionism of the foreground gives way to a deeper perspectival system within which the contrived displays and members of the paying public are similarly pinioned.