Multivalent

• (a.) Having a valence greater than one, as silicon. • (a.) Having more than one degree of valence, as sulphur.
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multivalent

(mul″te-va´lәnt) having a valence of two or more. denoting an antiserum, vaccine, or antitoxin specific for more than one antigen or organism; called also polyvalent.
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multivalent

multi-valued adjective having many values, meanings, or appeals; `subtle, multivalent allegory`
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Multivalent

Mul·tiv'a·lent adjective [ Multi- + Latin valens , present participle See Valence .] (Chemistry) (a) Having a valence greater than one, as silicon. (b) Having more than one degree of valence, as sulphur.
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multivalent

A vaccine containing multiple antigens.
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multivalent

multivalent With several meanings or values; polyvalent.
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multivalent

Type: Term Pronunciation: mŭl′tē-vā′lent Definitions: 1. In chemistry, having a combining power (valence) of more than one hydrogen atom. 2. Efficacious in more than one direction. 3. An antiserum specific for more than one antigen or organism. 4. Antigen or antibody with a combining power greater than two. Synonyms: poly...
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multivalent

[adj] - (genetics) used of the association of three or more homologous chromosomes during the first division of meiosis 2. [adj] - having many values, meanings, or appeals
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