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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of upregulate.

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Examples

  • More recently, Otey and her collaborator Teri Brentnall at the University of Washington showed that palladin was mutated in an inherited form of pancreas cancer and was also produced in large amounts -- "upregulated" -- in a number of sporadic pancreas tumors.

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  • CD97 overexpression upregulated membrane-bound but not cytoplasmic or nuclear β-catenin and reduced phospho-β-catenin, labeled for degradation.

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  • In this process, STAT1 is tyrosine phosphorylated and its expression upregulated via a positive feedback loop

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  • The difference of the means between the 100 "upregulated" genes (red spots) and the 900 "unchanged" genes (blue spots) is the same between

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  • To get a better idea of whether the genes that were "upregulated" in D. mawsoni enhanced its survival in the Antarctic, the researchers compared gene expression in D. mawsoni and in the same tissues of several unrelated, warm-water fish.

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  • Fructose activates its own pathways in your body -- those metabolic pathways become "upregulated."

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  • But they also looked at more than eighteen thousand genes to see which ones were upregulated—that is, which were turned on—by laughter.

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  • We found that genes associated with cancer, heart disease and inflammation were downregulated or "turned off" whereas protective genes were upregulated or "turned on."

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  • Genes associated with cancer, heart disease and inflammation were downregulated or "turned off" whereas protective genes were upregulated or "turned on."

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  •   The green color represents genes that are downregulated ( "turned off") and the red color represents genes that are upregulated ( "turned on").

    Changing Your Lifestyle Can Change Your Genes

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