Vector (‘vek-tǝr, n.)
1. A quantity that has both magnitude and direction, represented by a line segment.
2. An organism that carries an infective agent from one host to another.
3. An agent used to carry genetic material into cells.
4. A blog conveying new directions in medical science and innovation.
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