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hyperpolarization

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  • noun The act or process of hyperpolarizing.

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Examples

  • Spin-transfer using "hyperpolarization" could lead to faster, more precise MRI scans

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  • A single concern brings them together: the hyperpolarization of our politics that thwarts an adult conversation about our common future.

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  • They focused on hyperpolarization during what is known as the G1/Synthesis transition, a critical process that occurs within a cell before it starts to divide.

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  • Proteomics 8, pp. 2843-2856: The cAMP capture compound mass spectrometry as a novel tool for targeting cAMP-binding proteins: from protein kinase A to potassium/sodium hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide-gated channels.

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  • The cAMP capture compound mass spectrometry as a novel tool for targeting cAMP-binding proteins: from protein kinase A to potassium/sodium hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide-gated channels.

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  • The small (SK3) and intermediate (IK1) conductance calcium-activated potassium channels could have key roles in the endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization factor pathway, which is believed to contribute to normal penile erection function.

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  • In addition, it has been shown that strychnine (a glycine antagonist) but not Bic iontophoresis on motoneurons reverse their hyperpolarization during PS indicating that the premotoneurons responsible use glycine and not GABA to hyperpolarize them during PS

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  • A liberal use of diagrams and schematics illustrates the different steps of endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization.

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  • The researchers say that unlike normal MRI, hyperpolarization and a technique called "dynamic nuclear polarization" (DNP) can produce strong MRI signals from a variety of other kinds of atoms besides water.

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  • Such neurotransmitters and hormones probably activate or inhibit the activity of second messengers, which then activate or inhibit the third messengers, and so on till the last messenger inhibit the synaptic transmission or cause hyperpolarization of the motorneurons.

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