Definitions

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  • v. To cause or undergo hyperactivation

Etymologies

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From hyper- +‎ activate

Examples

  • "It starts sending out chemicals that hyperactivate the regular nervous system."

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  • : A skin cream that can hyperactivate the body's natural DNA repair mechanisms has been shown to protect mice from skin cancer, and to reduce the growth of cancers already present.

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  • A small percentage of these genetic errors can reduce the activity of proteins that usually suppress tumors or hyperactivate proteins that make it easier for tumors to grow, thereby allowing cancer to develop and spread.

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