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1Different in form, arrangement, or type.
Relating to the first of the two nuclear divisions of meiosis.
- ‘This conclusion is based on the results of the many measurements described in this study, which include both homotypic and heterotypic interactions with several different fragments.’
- ‘However, the stoichiometry of these proteins in a single tight junction fibril and their oligomerization into heteromeric and heterotypic assemblies are not known.’
- ‘These domains are thought to be involved in homotypic or heterotypic interactions among the septins themselves or in interactions between the septins and other proteins.’
- ‘Such homotypic and heterotypic aggregates in vivo often regulate the progress of inflammatory diseases, cardiovascular ailments, and cancer metastasis.’
- ‘This is consistent with the notion of heterotypic continuity, whereby the symptomatic expression of an underlying, temporally stable pathology differs over the course of development.’
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