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conjugate

 [kon´joo͡-gāt]
1. paired, or equally coupled; working in union.
2. a conjugate diameter of the pelvic inlet, especially the true conjugate diameter; see pelvic diameter.

con·ju·gate

(kon'jŭ-gāt), [TA]
1. Joined or paired. Synonym(s): conjugated
2. Conjugate diameters of the pelvis. The distance between any two specified points on the periphery of the pelvic canal.
[L. conjugatus, joined together. See conjugata]

conjugate

/con·ju·gate/ (kon´jdbobr-gāt)
1. paired, or equally coupled; working in unison.
2. a conjugate diameter of the pelvic inlet; used alone usually to denote the true conjugate diameter; see pelvic diameter, under diameter.
3. the product of chemical conjugation.

conjugate

(kŏn′jə-gāt′)
v. conju·gated, conju·gating, conju·gates
v.tr.
To join together.
v.intr.
Biology To undergo conjugation.
adj. (-gĭt, -gāt′)
1. Joined together, especially in a pair or pairs; coupled.
2. Chemistry Conjugated.
n. (-gĭt, -gāt′)
Chemistry A chemical compound that has been formed by the joining of two or more compounds.

con′ju·gate′ly adv.
con′ju·ga′tive adj.
con′ju·ga′tor n.

conjugate

[kon′jəgit]
Etymology: L, con + jungere, to yoke together
(in pelvimetry) the measurement of the female pelvis to determine whether the presenting part of a fetus can enter the birth canal. See also diagonal conjugate, true conjugate.

con·ju·gate

(kon'jŭ-găt) [TA]
1. Joined or paired.
Synonym(s): conjugated.
2. A conjugate diameter of the pelvis. The distance between any two specified points on the periphery of the pelvic canal.
See: conjugata
[L. conjugatus, joined together]

conjugate

Coupled or joined in pairs or groups. Of co-valently linked complexes of two or more molecules.

con·ju·gate

(kon'jŭ-găt) [TA]
Joined or paired, conjugated.
[L. conjugatus, joined together]

conjugate (kon´jəgāt´),

v 1. to unite.
2. the product of conjugation.

conjugate

1. paired, or equally coupled; working in union.
2. to link marker protein such as fluorescein or enzyme to an antibody molecule to detect antigen, as by immunofluorescence or immunoperoxidase staining.
3. a conjugate diameter of the pelvic inlet; used alone usually to denote the true conjugate diameter. See also pelvic diameter.

conjugate acids
conjugate pair of strong bases.
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In most of the conjugates commercially prepared for IHC sodium azide, an antibacterial agent is present which can prevent binding of the peroxidase enzyme to its substrate and inhibit colour development.
DS of mefenamic acid onto HPC-mefenamic acid conjugates was calculated by a standard acid- base titration after saponification.
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About one-half to two-thirds of total estrone in the study samples occurred as polar conjugates.
The company has four technologies: engineered mAbs, mAb-drug conjugates, single-chain immunotoxins and antibody-directed enzyme prodrug therapy (ADEPT).
Conjugate vaccines have reduced the incidence of invasive disease caused by Haemophilus influenzae, type b (Hib), in industrialized countries and may be highly effective against Streptococcus pneumoniae.