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- adj. having equal strength, ability or efficacy
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- Equal in power.
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- adj. having equal strength or efficacy
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If, instead of an equal and opposite reaction that thumps my right hand each time I trigger it, my .45 simultaneously fires equipotent and directly opposed bullets, I will decline to use it, or change my usual grip.
It is equipotent against HCV genotypes 1a and 1b at IC50 approximately 1nM.
Thousands of cars, 1995 and older were randomly pulled off the road in Southern California and smog checked with state equipotent set up at the roadside.
Using differentiated SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells as an experimental model, here we show that S (-) and R (+) pramipexole are endowed with equipotent efficacy in preventing cell death induced by H2O2 and inhibiting mitochondrial reactive oxygen species generation.
This robaxin and alchol may hesitate orthopedic to an quadrant baby, still during equipotent pregnancy.
I have side effects of robaxin equipotent allergy damage and rsd and qualify a addiction of mg medication.
IEC6 cells, HBD2 was equipotent to CCL20 in stimulating migration.
During the development of the Drosophila eye, specific cell types differentiate from an initially equipotent group of uncommitted precursor cells.
In a placebo controlled comparison of approximately equipotent oral doses of several beta blockers, Tenormin produced a significantly smaller decrease of FEV1 than nonselective beta blockers such as propranolol and, unlike those agents, did not inhibit bronchodilation in response to isoproterenol.
We are, therefore, faced with two identical, equipotent claims.