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extracellularly

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  • adv. In an extracellular manner

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  • The Gastric phase is stimulated by the rise of animals digest their food extracellularly, meaning that they take in food through a body cavity that is continuous with the outside of their environment.

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  • Direct-acting pressors have their action extracellularly at postsynaptic receptors. 4 The evaluation of liver function at initial presentation andfour tosix weeks following recovery is recommended, although the incidence of hepatotoxicity following acute overdose is rare. 5 Caution should be exercised in the use of sedative/hypnotics for CNS excitation because of synergistic depressant effects during overdose.

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  • Membrane active transport, critical to delivering nutrients intracellularly and exporting metabolic wastes extracellularly

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  • MAb 4C5, while not affecting secretion of the inactive MMPs, inhibits their activation by disrupting their interaction extracellularly with both isoforms of HSP90.

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  • Magnesium is primarily an intracellular cation; roughly 1% of whole-body magnesium is found extracellularly, and the free intracellular fraction is the portion regulating enzyme pathways inside the cells.

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  • In J774A. 1 mouse macrophage cells infected with F. philomiragia, F. novicida, and F. tularensis LVS, 5 ug/ml Az applied extracellularly eliminated intracellular Francisella infections.

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  • The highest volumetric productivity (610 U/L * h) was achieved when the wild-type gene from F. graminearum was expressed extracellularly in the Pichia strain SMD1168H using the pPICZalpha-system.

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  • Serotonin is controlled intracellularly by a balance between synthesis and degradation, while extracellularly its availability is controlled through recycling by the 5-HT transporter.

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  • Ordered pathways for the hydrolysis of hemoglobin have been demonstrated in studies with isolated aspartic proteases from two parasites that hydrolyze this substrate, schistosome worms that degrade hemoglobin extracellularly

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  • However, he has called for further study to determine (1) statistical significance of data, (2) whether the bacterium is not only present extracellularly, but also causes genetic transformation of the infected tissues, and (3) whether infection of laboratory animals with the bacterium can recreate symptoms of Morgellons.

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