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Adjuvant- Definition:ad·ju·vant [ájj?v?nt] noun (plural ad·ju·vants)  1.  pharmacology drug-enhancing agent: a drug or agent added to another drug or agent to enhance its medical effectiveness  2.  pharmacology antigen-enhancing drug: a substance injected along with an antigen to enhance the immune response stimulated by the antigen  3.  helping agent: something that helps or assists    adjective   assisting: helping by supplementing    [Late 16th century. Directly or via French < Latin adjuvant-, present participle of adjuvare

Adjuvant- Definition:

ad·ju·vant [ájj?v?nt] noun (plural ad·ju·vants) 1. pharmacology drug-enhancing agent: a drug or agent added to another drug or agent to enhance its medical effectiveness 2. pharmacology antigen-enhancing drug: a substance injected along with an antigen to enhance the immune response stimulated by the antigen 3. helping agent: something that helps or assists adjective assisting: helping by supplementing [Late 16th century. Directly or via French < Latin adjuvant-, present participle of adjuvare "give help to" < juvare "to help"]

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