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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncouple.

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Examples

  • Li Q, Dang CV (1999) c-Myc overexpression uncouples DNA replication from mitosis.

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  • Dyslexia defined: New Yale study 'uncouples' reading and IQ over time

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  • He uncouples facts from reality to reassemble them into whatever whimsy, or devilish aim, he might have.

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  • In the next scene, the train is halted and the surviving engineer uncouples the engine from the train.

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  • Omega-3s produce a protein known as uncoupling protein 3, which uncouples oxidative phosphorylation.

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  • The omega-3s produce a protein known as uncoupling protein 3, which uncouples oxidative phosphorylation.

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  • After the spacecraft uncouples, the Maglev acceleration module will brake and return to its original position ready for the next launch.

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  • This molecule disconnects—or uncouples—the machinery within the mitochondria, forcing it to burn the nutrients within as heat rather than transforming them into other more useful forms of energy.

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  • This molecule disconnects—or uncouples—the machinery within the mitochondria, forcing it to burn the nutrients within as heat rather than transforming them into other more useful forms of energy.

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  • That uncouples their salaries from the current parity with members of Congress that leaves them earning just $165,200, which is less than what first-year associates can make at prestigious firms.

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