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Synergist

Definition
noun, plural: synergists
(1) (physiology) Any structure or agent that produce synergy, i.e. enhance an effect
(2) (chemistry) Any chemical substance that can increase the effect by mutually working together with another, and by which any of them cannot produce the same extent of effect even if their independent effects are summed up
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