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Synonyms for endogenous

derived or originating internally

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There was a hypothesis that high dietary fiber content may increase endogenous losses of P (Petersen and Stein, 2006; Son et al.
Within the last 10 years, Bionov has focused its R&D strategy on the exploration of the mechanism of action of oral administration with SOD B, and according to Julie Carillon, pre-clinical research manager at Bionov, results "have shown that an SOD B oral supplementation is linked with the induction of endogenous antioxidant enzymes expression--SODs, catalase (CAT), glutathione peroxidase (GPx)--in different animal models.
Total quantity or scope: 2 to be acquired tandem mass spectrometers (LS / MS / MS systems) associated with PC, there will be either quantitation of drugs of abuse in the urine and with the quantification of 1,25 hydroxyvitamin D, steroid hormones and other endogenous components in urine and plasma.
An estimated 1 in 20 patients with type 2 diabetes has endogenous Cushing's syndrome.
The findings suggest that women with one of more alleles at A118G may experience both a reduced analgesic response to endogenous opioids and a reduction in delayed-onset, more long-lasting opioid mediated hyperalgesia.
17, 2012, there were no approved medical therapies for the treatment of endogenous Cushing's syndrome.
In this study, we tried to investigate and compare the effects of endogenous versus exogenous hyperthermia on brain through animal experiment model.
In order to develop a parsimonious theoretical framework to effectively capture the various uncertainties involved in the IT offshoring decision, we introduce and rely on the distinction between endogenous and exogenous uncertainty (Dixit & Pindyck, 1994; Folta, 1998).
Levels of circulating endogenous heparin in patients with diseases associated with inflammatory processes, such as asthma, are still unknown.
It was proposed that catabolic processes could increase serum iron levels due to the release of endogenous iron from tissues.
The public policy instruments, such as tax rate changes, have different implications in exogenous (neoclassical) and endogenous growth theories.
In contrast, MAA exposure decreased endogenous ER[alpha] expression and attenuated [E.
which makes Tazorac (tazarotene gel), the normal, endogenous plasma level of retinoids is 6.
2) demonstrated that antibodies specific to region 37-49 poorly recognize endogenous NT-proBNP in contrast to antibodies specific to epitope 65-76, which were able to recognize endogenous NT-proBNP.
First, human or animal skin possesses endogenous electrical potentials such that the external skin surface is always electronegative with respect to inner skin layers [13-14].