cogener


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cogener

(ˈkəʊdʒɪnə)
n
a congener
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Strikingly, only the Ur- (and rather problematic) copy of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Hengwrt, is at all comparable with these books; it measures 290 millimeters by 210 millimeters, and the only early and similarly sized copy of this text is Egerton 2726 at 305 millimeters by 205 millimeters (its close cogener Cambridge Dd.
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.