Iso-

• Alt. of Is-
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iso-

1. <prefix> A prefix that means equal or like. ... 2. <chemistry> A prefix indicating isomer of (isomerism); e.g., isocyanate vs. cyanate. ... 3. <immunology> A prefix designating sameness with respect to species; in recent years, the meaning has shifted to sameness with respect to genetic constitution of individuals. ... Origin: ...
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iso-

(i) Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō Definitions: 1. Prefix meaning equal, like. 2. In chemistry, prefix indicating 'isomer of' (isomerism), isocyanate vs. cyanate. 3. In immunology, prefix designating sameness with respect to species; in recent years, the meaning has shifted to sameness with respect to the genetic constitution...
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Iso-

Iso-: Equal, like, or similar. Iso- is much used in medicine and science as, for example, in isotonic solution (a solution that has the same salt concentration as cells and blood), isotope (a form of a chemical element with the same atomic number as another element but having a different atomic mass), isocellular (composed of cells of the same size...
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