OKT cell (ō’kā-tē’)
Ortho-Kung T cell
[aw-koo-nee-noo-shee] /ɔˈku niˈnu ʃi/ noun, Japanese Legend. 1. a son of Susanowo and, in some legends, creator of the world.
1. Old Latin. 1. a suffix used in the names of chemical derivatives, representing “alcohol” (glycerol; naphthol; phenol), or sometimes “phenol” or less definitely assignable phenol derivatives (resorcinol). 1. variant of 2 . 1. (in prescriptions) oil. 1. (in prescriptions) the left eye. suffix 1. denoting an organic chemical compound containing a hydroxyl group, esp […]
1. (in prescriptions) the left eye. 1. Old Latin. Old Latin
1. a formative of no precise significance found in a variety of commercial coinages (Crayola; granola; Victrola) and jocular variations of words (crapola). 2. a suffix extracted from , used in coinages that have the general sense “bribery, especially covert payments to an entertainment figure in return for promoting a product, making an appearance, etc.” […]