Inflammatory vs Lemalesomab - What's the difference?

inflammatory | lemalesomab |


As nouns the difference between inflammatory and lemalesomab

is that inflammatory is any material that causes inflammation while lemalesomab is a mouse monoclonal antibody for the diagnosis of inflammatory lesions.

As an adjective inflammatory

is tending to inflame or provoke somebody.

inflammatory

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Tending to inflame or provoke somebody.
  • Causing or caused by inflammation.
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    Noun

    (inflammatories)
  • Any material that causes inflammation
  • lemalesomab

    English

    Noun

    (-) (wikipedia lemalesomab)
  • A mouse monoclonal antibody for the diagnosis of inflammatory lesions.