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  • noun The process of restimulating.


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  • It was sweet and needful, yes; but it was also the restimulation of a stinging lash and a terror of crushing kicks and obscene shouting, and the greatest loss he had ever known.

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  • Our increased production in the fourth quarter resulted primarily from a combination of our acquisitions of oil and natural gas properties, from new wells drilled and completed as part of our ongoing development program, and from recompletion, restimulation, and reactivation projects completed in the third and fourth quarters of 2008.


  • For example, evaluating restimulation potential is often possible with small volume, low-rate isolated-layer nitrogen injection / falloff tests, which are relatively easy to design and execute with jointed or coiled-tubing.

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  • In addition, we investigated the proliferative capacity as a measure of T cell priming and the production of effector cytokines after restimulation with ConA or the cognate antigen.

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  • The observed auto fluorescence was caused by the restimulation ex vivo and could not be further reduced by gating of the cells.

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  • + T cells were reduced for all three groups after restimulation with MOG

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  • The levels of IL-17 were strongly reduced in supernatants from pMOG-treated rats compared to pCI-treated controls after 48 h restimulation with MOG IL-17 responses are rescued by silencing of IFN-β during DNA vaccination.

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  • "old-school" fracture diagnosticand the transient tests that can be designed and analyzed to determine stimulation effectiveness, quantify fracture complexity, and evaluate restimulation potential.

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  • + T cells did not undergo secondary expansion or produce interferon (IFN) γ after restimulation with peptide (

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