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An experiment in a recent nephrological study of glomerulonephritis demonstrated that, in the presence of macrophage stimulating factor (M-CSF), macrophages proliferated almost so rapidly in the glomerulus, and even more rapidly in the tubulointerstitium, as in the absence of M-CSF.

A. almost so rapidly in the glomerulus, and even more rapidly in the tubulointerstitium, as
B. almost as rapidly in the glomerulus, and even more rapidly in the tubulointerstitium than
C. in the glomerulus almost as rapidly as, and in the tubulointerstitium even more rapidly than
D. almost as rapidly as in the glomerulus, and even more rapidly in the tubulointerstitium, than what they did
E. in the glomerulus almost so rapidly, and in the tubulointerstitium even more rapidly than what they did

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Originally posted by reto on 30 Aug 2015, 07:59.
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New post 30 Aug 2015, 10:20
In option A So X as to Y is correct usage,
it used so x as y it is wrong. meaning also differs, we use So as adverb strongly X as to make Y .
In option B
almost as rapidly as in the glomerulus is correct usage. so it is out.
In option D,more rapidly than, used wrongly . than used after comma, makes sentence as split.
Apart from, they pronoun is ambiguous.
IN option E, so didnt follow with that or as to . they is pronoun ambiguous.
In option C almost as rapidly as correctly used. more rapidly than correct.
so option C is correct.

Another way proliferate means mutliply , here meaning is multiplying inside.
Proliferate in is correct idiomatic usage . so option A, B and D are out.
Only option C and E left out.
In option E they is ambiguou pronoun .
So option C wins.
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New post 24 May 2018, 00:25
How is the pronoun " they" creating ambiguity? in D and E?
D. almost as rapidly as in the glomerulus, and even more rapidly in the tubulointerstitium, than what they did
E. in the glomerulus almost so rapidly, and in the tubulointerstitium even more rapidly than what they did

Does not it correctly refer to "macrophages"??
Re: An experiment in a recent nephrological study of glomerulonephritis de   [#permalink] 24 May 2018, 00:25
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