There are 2 main translations of receptor in English:

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receptor 1

also: feminine: receptora

adjetivo

  • países receptores de esta tecnología
    countries which receive o which are recipients of this technology
Example sentences
  • Los planes de atención a desplazados colombianos deberían incluir a comunidades receptoras.
  • A su vez la expresión de receptores tipo CD18 está disminuida.
  • Su posición de predominio dentro de dicho contexto las hace receptoras de un gran número de enlaces de páginas de su misma temática.

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There are 2 main translations of receptor in English:

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receptor 2

also: feminine: receptora sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Se unen a sus receptores específicos e inician la respuesta biológica.
  • Los tejidos musculares tienen gran cantidad de receptores del factor de crecimiento IGF-1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1).
  • Los anticuerpos pueden hacer bastante más que bloquear receptores de membrana.

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