Analog (Analogue) refers to: (1) A chemical compound or agent that is similar to another in structure yet differs concerning a particular element ; it may have a similar or different mode of action ; and (2) A tissue, organ, or other bodily structure that has the same function or organization as another yet has a different evolutionary origin.

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