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hyperpermeability

Definitions

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  • n. Higher than normal permeability of the gut or a blood vessel

Etymologies

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From hyper- +‎ permeability

Examples

  • The proposed mechanism for this activity is the induction of endothelial cell apoptosis and hyperpermeability leading to hemorrhagic necrosis in treated tumors

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  • Tharakan B, Hunter FA, Isong M, Liggins ND (2008) Mitochondrial complex III is involved in proapoptotic BAK-induced microvascular endothelial cell hyperpermeability.

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  • Frank DW, King J, Chen H, VandeWaa J, et al. (2004) Paradoxical cAMP-induced lung endothelial hyperpermeability revealed by del Carmen Castellanos M, Lopez-Giral S, Lopez-Cabrera M, de Landazuri MO

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