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hyporesponsiveness

Definitions

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  • noun An abnormally low degree of responsiveness

Etymologies

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hypo- +‎ responsiveness

Examples

  • The "disarming" model, on the other hand, suggests that the hyporesponsiveness of

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  • The objectives are to determine the frequency in correlation of DES thrombosis and the relationship of aspirin and / or clopidogrel, hyporesponsiveness, and general platelet reactivity to early and late DES thrombosis.

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  • Toossi Z, Vanham G, Johnson JL, Peters P, et al. (1999) Apoptosis and T cell hyporesponsiveness in pulmonary tuberculosis.

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  • The objectives are to determine the frequency in correlation of DES thrombosis and the relationship of aspirin and / or clopidogrel, hyporesponsiveness, and general platelet reactivity to early and late DES thrombosis.

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  • Hollenberg SM, Cunnion RE, Zimmerberg J. Nitric oxide synthase inhibition reverses arteriolar hyporesponsiveness to catecholamines in septic rats.

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  • Otte JM, Cario E, Podolsky DK (2004) Mechanisms of cross hyporesponsiveness to Toll-like receptor bacterial ligands in intestinal epithelial cells.

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  • [21], [22], but it might explain the here observed hyporesponsiveness of the fetal gut to endotoxin at low GA.

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