1 In addition, progressor cells displayed a decreased ability to upregulate membrane-associated ca
2 ses emerged, with some variation by antigen: a decrease at 6 months (IFN-gamma and IL-5) or at both 6
3 ng reliance on mitochondrial respiration and a decreased dependence on glycolysis for cellular energe
4 cantly modify the film morphology but causes a decreased electronic coupling, the formation of a char
5 and that this effect is mostly the result of a decreased enzymatic activity and not of decreased bind
6 odies generated against PhtD and PcpA caused a decrease in adherence to A549 cells (P < 0.05).
7 d into an overflow metabolism accompanied by a decrease in biomass yield on glucose.
8 ctroscopic data, as well as theory, indicate a decrease in covalency across the actinide series, and
9 A decrease in efficiency and fidelity of these pathways
10 ps after intranasal infection, likely due to a decrease in energy generation and virulence gene expre
11 ysis to autophagy appears to be regulated by a decrease in glucose-6 phosphate.
12 mprovement in glycaemic control-specified as a decrease in glycosylated haemoglobin A1C (HbA1c) of >/
13 ADP-ribosylating activity, ES cells exhibit a decrease in ground state pluripotency as they cannot m
14 nonmotile phenotype that is attributable to a decrease in hag translation and a complete lack of fil
15 Individuals with a decrease in HbA1c had a much greater risk of developin
16 eatment-induced neuropathy in diabetes, with a decrease in HbA1c of >4% points over 3 months the abso
17 With a decrease in HbA1c of 2-3% points over 3 months there w
18 totelangiectatic rosacea subjects who showed a decrease in matrix metalloproteinase activity (P<0.05)
19 Following training, a decrease in MyHC hybrid type IIa/IIx fibre frequency o
20 In Alzheimer's disease (AD), there is a decrease in neuronal gene expression induced by HDAC2
21 The lesion also resulted in a decrease in nucleolar volume that was similar in all t
22 e due to a decrease in stability rather than a decrease in plasticity, at least in VPL.
23 pses in organisms ranging from fly to human, a decrease in postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor fun
24 s and proliferation in the maternal decidua, a decrease in proliferation and increase in apoptosis in
25 problem with older individuals may be due to a decrease in stability rather than a decrease in plasti
26 transcriptional activation, coinciding with a decrease in target mRNA induction.
27 d improvement with the effect solely through a decrease in test amplitude.
28 e protection against disease correlated with a decrease in Th1 cells that produced the cytokines IFN-
29 lones from 0.93% to 83.22%, corresponding to a decrease in the error frequency of synthetic gene from
30 ndirect bandgap by more than 100 meV through a decrease in the interlayer coupling.
31 os, the number of LECs is reduced because of a decrease in the progenitor pool in the cardinal vein.
32 This could result in a decrease in the protein folding capacity of old hearts
33 ially disables the septal junctions leads to a decrease in the range of a signal dependent on the Het
34 ownregulation of mGlu1 receptors resulted in a decrease in the rate of tumor growth relative to contr
35 uantal size, which occurs concomitantly with a decrease in the size of synaptic vesicles.
36 contrast to FlnB null, Fmn1 loss results in a decrease in the width of the prehypertrophic zone.
37 bachelor's degree nurses was associated with a decrease in this likelihood by 7% (0.929, 0.886-0.973)
38 hibition of SCC induction was accompanied by a decrease in UVR-induced (1) hyperplasia, (2) Hsp90beta
39 in a more severe phenotype characterized by a decrease in valves, failure of Prox1(high) cells to cl
40 ased time to reperfusion was associated with a decreased likelihood of good clinical outcome (unadjus
41 in time to angiographic reperfusion lead to a decreased likelihood of good clinical outcome in patie
42 This was largely a result of a decreased likelihood of the channel opening and remain
43 ticipated, a reduced calpain activity led to a decreased number of alphaSyn-positive aggregates, wher
44 n women between 2010 and 2025, compared with a decrease of 11% in men and 10% in women under the so-c
45 ith reversibility of symptoms accompanied by a decrease of brain-bound antibodies and restoration of
46 tural ligand of mGlu1 receptors), results in a decrease of melanoma tumor growth in mGlu1 receptor-ex
47 ular and cellular phenotypes associated with a decrease rather than overactivation of Wnt signaling.
48 d with successive passages, corresponding to a decreased replication in primary swine macrophages cul
49 of transcript levels at 18 and 24 h p.i. but a decrease thereafter.
50 he early period (0 to 6 h p.i.), followed by a decrease through the remainder of the infection cycle.
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