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sar·code

(sar'kōd),
A term of historical interest (1835), applied to the protoplasm of protozoa before the term protoplasm was coined.
[sarco- + G. eidos, resemblance]

sarcode

An obsolete term for protoplasm, specifically that in protozoans, a distinction of no practical utility.

sarcode (sar·kōd),

n in homeopathy a remedy whose source material came from a healthy tissue or organ of a human or an animal. See also isopathy, nosode, and organotherapy.
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Based upon these results, SARcode has selected dose strengths and dose schedules for its Phase 2 programs in allergic conjunctivitis and dry eye (keratoconjunctivitis sicca).
The treatment is homeopathic, involving a proper combination of isodes, or energetic copies of toxic substances and infectious agents, as well as sarcodes, or energetic copies of the internal organs.
Even today, the use of zoo-therapeutics is in currency as sarcodes, nosodes and isodes in Chinese, Ayurvedic, Unani, Allopathic and Homeopathic medical systems.
Frozen Tissue from which the DNA extract of Sarcodes sanguinea was derived is maintained at the Department of E.
In fact, they were a kind of homeopathic remedy known as tissue sarcodes.
Monotropeae, Sarcodes, and Piero spora), and the remaining ericads forming a trichotomy.