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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of downregulate.

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Examples

  • Using a set of 82 genes identified as downregulated in the original paper, we have identified the three hexamers associated with hsa-miR-1 as the most significantly overrepresented hexamers and the combined score of hsa-miR-1 as the top ranking score.

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  • Using a set of 82 genes identified as downregulated in the original paper, we have identified the three hexamers associated with hsa-miR-1 as the most significantly overrepresented hexamers and the combined score of hsa-miR-1 as the top ranking score.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • CLV3 expression downregulated both WUS expression, and the stem cell marker.

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  • [18], a large number of proteins were identified as downregulated after overexpression of

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  • [18], a large number of proteins were identified as downregulated after overexpression of each of five miRNAs (let-7b, miR-155, miR-16, miR-1, miR-30a) and pulsed stable isotope labeling with amino acids in cell culture (pSILAC) assays.

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  • Only if the antigens on the cell surface have been “downregulated” discreetly but not eliminated altogether can a foreign cell elude the immune system of a host.

    Contagious cancer « Isegoria

  • We found that genes associated with cancer, heart disease and inflammation were downregulated or "turned off" whereas protective genes were upregulated or "turned on."

    Dr. Dean Ornish: Feel Better, Live Longer

  • Genes associated with cancer, heart disease and inflammation were downregulated or "turned off" whereas protective genes were upregulated or "turned on."

    'Alternative' Medicine Is Mainstream

  • We found that genes associated with cancer, heart disease and inflammation were downregulated or "turned off" whereas protective genes were upregulated or "turned on."

    Feel Better, Live Longer

  •   The green color represents genes that are downregulated ( "turned off") and the red color represents genes that are upregulated ( "turned on").

    Changing Your Lifestyle Can Change Your Genes

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