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cognate

describes two biomolecules that normally interact such as an enzyme and its normal substrate or a receptor and its normal ligand.

cognate cooperation
cooperation between T and B lymphocytes when both recognize epitopes on the same antigen.
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On April 26, 2016, NW Bio received a letter from Nasdaq stating that, in Nasdaqs view, the Companys issuance of unregistered restricted stock and warrants to Cognate under the 2014 Agreements violated Nasdaqs listing rules.
Since it comprises the only class of nominals that are unanimously recognised in the literature as cognates, I will adopt as my starting point, due to the preliminary status of this work, the most restrictive definition of all the ones previously described; thus, cognate objects are to be understood in this study as being in line with Macfarland's (1995); that is, as those nominal participants in a clause that either have exactly the same morphological form as the verbs they are related to, like grin in (10), or share with them the same root, though with some internal vocalic change, like song in relation to sing in (11).
Adjacents is played by simply reading straight thru the dictionary (but starting anywhere) looking for immediately adjacent words that are cognate (or make a good phrase or suggest a story), excluding etymologically related pairs, but accepting words with common prefixes unless they are the main factor in the similarity.
Much of the English language vocabulary has direct Spanish cognates that they use quite often (object=objetos, accelerate=acelerar, dependent=dependiente, etc.
The origin of the termswill be a determining factor in revealing whether the terms are cognates or loanwords.
UEW (386) gives also Ob-Ugric cognates for Fi pitaa and MdE pede-: KhE, KhS pit-, KhN ptt-' end up in, come somewhere; begin'(< PKh *pit-) and MsS, MsW pat-, MsE pat-, MsN pat- 'fall, moult' (< PMs *pat-).
According to the existence of cognates in related languages it is possible to divide stems of contemporary language into historical layers.
The purpose of this paper is to collect information on cognate processing in Croatian speakers of Global English and add it to the body of world literature dealing with cognates.
Cognate swapping across languages could have occurred more often than assumed by Atkinson, undermining his conclusions, Eska says.
The very distant familial relationship between Scots and Gaelic makes it difficult to look for cognates.
Moreover, through activities I have developed, they have learned to skim articles for cognates to decode meaning and they especially love the photography