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  • v. Present participle of dysregulate.

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Examples

  • Mabjeesh NJ, Escuin D, LaVallee TM, Pribluda VS, Swartz GM, et al. (2003) 2ME2 inhibits tumor growth and angiogenesis by disrupting microtubules and dysregulating HIF.

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  • When the idea became reality, though, Bud balked and though his response wasn't as extreme as it had been the week before, it centered on the absence of Mrs. Nee - an absence he found so dysregulating that Mrs. Jamison opted to scrap the snowshoeing and move on to an even less challenging Plan B.Mrs. Jamison sent me an e-mail at work to fill me in on how the day had gone, and I called Bud on the phone as I drove home.

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