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Synonyms for polarity

Synonyms for polarity

Synonyms for polarity

a relation between two opposite attributes or tendencies

having an indicated pole (as the distinction between positive and negative electric charges)

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2-3), (7), (8), (17-28) Even airborne exposures to these unstable ionics and toxic information in water while showering or bathing may induce and promote cell polarity deficits that lead to prolonged inflammation, lymph, skin, and kidney disorders.
54) Furthermore, experimental evidence suggests a link among cilia malfunction and Wnt signaling, planar cell polarity, and cell cycle regulation.
Cell polarity deficits cause liver detoxification deficits, which, in turn, cause prolonged inflammation in the gastroduodenal excretion channel so that allergens and carcinogenic toxins cannot be safely excreted out of the body.
The cytoskeleton is a complex, dynamic framework that impacts all aspects of cell function including cell division, cell motility, intracellular transport and regulation of cell polarity and organization.
Synbiotic nourishment research by Bengmark supports my earlier synbiotic nutrient research on the importance of biomolecular nutrient and cell polarity formats that are critical to adequately nourish stem cell niches, the gut habitat, and afferent regenerative functions.
The tumor had a mostly glandular/tubular growth pattern with ragged luminal borders, loss of cell polarity, abundant cytoplasm, and areas with a hobnail appearance.
we have uncovered a fundamentally new molecular circuit involved in mammalian cell polarity and bacterial infection.
Dysregulation of cell polarity has been associated with developmental disorders as well as cancer.
Microtubules, hollow, cylindrical polymers of [alpha]--and [beta]-tubulin heterodimers (Desai and Mitchison, 1997), are ubiquitous cytoskeletal fibers essential for many important biological processes, such as mitosis, cell motility, intracellular transport, and cell polarity.
Localization of Bud 2p, a GTPase--activating protein necessary for programming cell polarity in yeast to the presumptive bud site.
Centriole is also involved in organizing the cytoskeleton, establishes cell polarity, and is involved in cytokinesis during the cell cycle.
This well-illustrated undergraduate text, which includes access to a student web site, emphasizes ligand receptor interactions as the primary mode of intercellular communications during development, as well as the primary roles of cell polarity and non-equivalent cell divisions in differential gene expression.
It plays an important role in maintaining structural integrity and regulating cell polarity, migration, and survival.
pylori on tight barrier function and cell polarity in epithelial cells and are using the Odyssey(R) Infrared Imaging System from LI-COR Biosciences to aid their research.
5-10) Increasing knowledge, both empirical and experimental, supports the fact that there is a critical need to focus on gut microflora ecology and barrier function, proper hydration, and cell polarity and quorum sensing to maximize colonization and microflora biodiversity.