cross tolerance


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cross tol·er·ance

the resistance to one or several effects of a compound as a result of tolerance developed to a pharmacologically similar compound.
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The tolerance strategies of adapted lines were not confined to the same type of stress but showed cross tolerance towards other abiotic stresses.
"Nilotinib showed excellent tolerability as evidenced by high-dose intensity and minimal cross tolerance in imatinib-intolerant patients.