angiogenic

Angiogenic vs Angiogenin - What's the difference?

angiogenic | angiogenin |


As an adjective angiogenic

is of or pertaining to angiogenesis.

As a noun angiogenin is

(biochemistry) a polypeptide implicated in angiogenesis.

Anxiogenic vs Angiogenic - What's the difference?

anxiogenic | angiogenic |


As adjectives the difference between anxiogenic and angiogenic

is that anxiogenic is causing anxiety, or pertaining to the causing of anxiety while angiogenic is of or pertaining to angiogenesis.

As a noun anxiogenic

is an drug: a drug that causes anxiety.

Angiogenic vs Nonangiogenic - What's the difference?

angiogenic | nonangiogenic |


As adjectives the difference between angiogenic and nonangiogenic

is that angiogenic is of or pertaining to angiogenesis while nonangiogenic is not angiogenic.

Pertain vs Angiogenic - What's the difference?

pertain | angiogenic |


As a verb pertain

is to belong.

As an adjective angiogenic is

of or pertaining to angiogenesis.

Angiogenic vs Angiogenesis - What's the difference?

angiogenic | angiogenesis |

Angiogenic is a related term of angiogenesis.


As an adjective angiogenic

is of or pertaining to angiogenesis.

As a noun angiogenesis is

(medicine|zoology) the formation and development of new blood vessels.