depolarisation


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  • noun

Synonyms for depolarisation

a loss of polarity or polarization

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In the presence of digoxin the system I produces membrane sodium potassium ATPase inhibition of archaeal membrane and a paroxysmal depolarisation shift.
Following the development and quantification of the automatic algorithms for T-wave end detection the spatial distribution of cardiac magnetic field strength during ventricular depolarisation (R-wave) and repolarisation (T-wave) was measured automatically in both normal and patient groups.
in the wake of the recent FSA announcements on depolarisation.
The depolarisation of financial advice in the mid-2000s led to the purchase of many agents by large institutions, as well as to the expansion of multi-tie agent networks.
Bautista tested both chloroquine and the mast cell chemical BAM8-22 on cultured mouse cells and found that both activate the wasabi receptor, TRPA1, causing a depolarisation of nerve cells.
Objective: Propagation of depolarisation and repolarisation in myocardium results from an interplay of membrane potential, transmembrane current, and intercellular current.
A new regime, known as depolarisation, governing the way financial advice is given and products are sold, came into force earlier this week.
On Wednesday a new regime, known as depolarisation, governing the way financial advice is given and products are sold, comes into force.
The new distribution agreements embody Lighthouse's approach to depolarisation.
Last month depolarisation was brought in with the advent of a middle ground adviser known as multi-tied.
It attenuates depolarisation of neurons, modulates neuronal excitability, reduces metal ion dependent, cell damaging enzymatic activities and restricts intracellular diffusion of metal ions.