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  • noun An excessive activation

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Examples

  • If it becomes truly excessive, then the overactivation that results can become outright dangerous to the cells.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • The common consensus in psychology right now is that phobia formation is overactivation of a genetically-predisposed fear (such as snakes, spiders, blood, or heights) common to all primates and/or the result of powerful and negative experience with the object of phobia (such as phobia of dogs after being bitten as a child).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Stand Up and Urinate Like a Man:

  • All of these excess stressors—stressors we were not designed to deal with on a chronic and repetitive basis—lead to overactivation of the sympathetic nervous system and stress response, followed by burnout.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • P53 activation supresses cancer but overactivation can lead to premature aging.

    You Staying Young

  • P53 activation supresses cancer but overactivation can lead to premature aging.

    You Staying Young

  • P53 activation supresses cancer but overactivation can lead to premature aging.

    You Staying Young

  • "It becomes a vicious circle because no matter where genetic damage occurs, the result is the same - overactivation of the circle, overexpression of the KIT protein, and proliferation of leukemic cells," Liu says.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "It becomes a vicious circle because no matter where genetic damage occurs, the result is the same - overactivation of the circle, overexpression of the KIT protein, and proliferation of leukemic cells," Liu says.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Similarly, norepinephrine has a role in attention and arousal, but its overactivation can trigger stress responses and relapse, he says.

    GoodShit

  • It stems from overactivation of a gene called LRP6 (low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 6), which stimulates an important cell-growth signaling pathway.

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