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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overexpress.
  • adjective Produced by overexpression

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Examples

  • In parallel, they discovered that 12 genes in that region were consistently "overexpressed" - making abnormal amounts of protein - as a result of amplification.

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  • In parallel, they discovered that 12 genes in that region were consistently "overexpressed" - making abnormal amounts of protein - as a result of amplification.

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  • In parallel, they discovered that 12 genes in that region were consistently "overexpressed" - making abnormal amounts of protein - as a result of amplification.

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  • In parallel, they discovered that 12 genes in that region were consistently "overexpressed" - making abnormal amounts of protein - as a result of amplification.

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  • In parallel, they discovered that 12 genes in that region were consistently "overexpressed" - making abnormal amounts of protein - as a result of amplification.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • But when DHR96 was overexpressed, meaning there were higher levels of the protein, it led to increased TAG levels and made the flies more prone to being overweight.

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  • But when DHR96 was overexpressed, meaning there were higher levels of the protein, it led to increased TAG levels and made the flies more prone to being overweight.

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  • But when DHR96 was overexpressed, meaning there were higher levels of the protein, it led to increased TAG levels and made the flies more prone to being overweight.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • "overexpressed" the dlk-1 gene in worms - making it more active than normal - broken nerves in the worms regenerated much more quickly than expected.

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  • "overexpressed" the dlk-1 gene in worms - making it more active than normal - broken nerves in the worms regenerated much more quickly than expected.

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