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cross-tolerance n.

cross-tolerance n.

cross‐tolerance

Chilling Tolerance of Central European Maize Lines and their Factorial Crosses

Cross‐tolerance between spinal neostigmine and morphine in the rat

Cross-tolerance between osmotic and freeze-thaw stress in microbial assemblages from temperate lakes

Does intrathecal fentanyl produce acute cross-tolerance to i.v. morphine?

5-HT spinal antinociception involves mu opioid receptors: cross tolerance and antagonist studies.

Wounding increases salt tolerance in tomato plants: evidence on the participation of calmodulin-like activities in cross-tolerance signalling

Mechanisms of Arsenic-Induced Cross-Tolerance to Nickel Cytotoxicity, Genotoxicity, and Apoptosis in Rat Liver Epithelial Cells

Tolerance of haemodialysis: a randomized cross-over trial of 5-h versus 4-h treatment time

Loss of tolerance to one or two major targets in Crohn's disease or just cross-reactivity?

Hepatitis C Virus Core Protein Induces Homotolerance and Cross-Tolerance to Toll-Like Receptor Ligands by Activation of Toll-Like Receptor 2

Oral tolerance to copolymer 1 in myelin basic protein (MBP) TCR transgenic mice: cross-reactivity with MBP-specific TCR and differential induction of anti-inflammatory cytokines

Tolerance of eCry3.1Ab in Reciprocal Cross Offspring of eCry3.1Ab-Selected and Control Colonies of Diabrotica virgifera virgifera (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)

RBOH1-dependent H2O2 production and subsequent activation of MPK1/2 play an important role in acclimation-induced cross-tolerance in tomato

 

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Tolerance (3) to a drug resulting indirectly from tolerance to a different but chemically related drug. Compare cross-dependence.

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