Polyvalent definition

pŏlē-vālənt
Acting against or interacting with more than one kind of antigen, antibody, toxin, or microorganism.
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(chemistry) Having multiple valencies.
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Having more than one valence.
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Having a valence of 3 or higher.
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Having more than one site of attachment. Used of an antibody or antigen.
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Containing antigens from more than one strain of a microorganism or virus. Used of a vaccine or serum.
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(bacteriology) Designating a vaccine effective against many strains of the same species of microorganism.
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Having a valence of more than two.
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Having more than one valence.
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Having more than one valence.
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Having a valence of 3 or higher.
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Having more than one site of attachment. Used of an antibody or antigen.
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Containing antigens from more than one strain of a microorganism or virus. Used of a vaccine or serum.
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Having more than one valence. Iron and manganese are polyvalent elements.
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Multivalent; having a number of different forms, purposes, meanings, aspects or principles.
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(chemistry) Having a high valence, especially more than three.
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(biology) Containing antibodies to more than one kind of pathogen.
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Origin of polyvalent

  • poly- +"Ž -valent

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