cogener


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cogener

(ˈkəʊdʒɪnə)
n
a congener
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As an alternative to cyclosporine, treatment with a CTLA-4 cogener may be an answer to early allograft loss from chronic allograft nephropathy (or whatever, pardon the omission of the long list of synonyms) at least for EBV+ patients.
Similarly, Pacific cod larvae grow well at a ratio of 1:1, which is lower than required for their Atlantic cogener (Gadus morhua, DHA:EPA > 2:1 (Copeman & Laurel 2010)).
5% (Table 1) indicating that the ELISA assays are relatively insensitive to cogener interference.