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Synonyms for circulation

Synonyms for circulation

circular movement around a point or about an axis

the passing out or spreading about of something

Words related to circulation

the dissemination of copies of periodicals (as newspapers or magazines)

(library science) the count of books that are loaned by a library over a specified period

number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold

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free movement or passage (as of cytoplasm within a cell or sap through a plant)

the spread or transmission of something (as news or money) to a wider group or area

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Although transport in the reverse direction is physiologically not relevant regarding in vivo exposure to NPs, because it occurs only in the maternal circulation, reverse ex vivo placental perfusion is a common method to evaluate the mode of transport of many drugs across the human placenta (Nanovskaya et al.
Breastfeeding during therapy with biologics is not generally recommended, although the levels of the drugs detectable in breast milk are significantly lower than those in maternal circulation.
The Kleihaure-Betke test (KB test) was done on the mother's blood, which revealed that maternal circulation had 6% of fetal blood, which is nearly 140 ml of fetal blood.
Less than 2% of acarbose is absorbed, but higher amounts of its metabolites are measured in the maternal circulation.
Fetal blood receives oxygen diffusing across the placenta from maternal circulation.
Methods to increase the percentage of free fetal DNA recovered from the maternal circulation.
The insulin resistance in late pregnancy (15) increases the glucose availability in the maternal circulation by reduced peripheral glucose uptake, increased glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis.
It is not known if permethrin is excreted in breast milk, but it is considered compatible with breast-feeding because amounts found in maternal circulation and its rapid breakdown suggest that the risk to a nursing infant is negligible.
2) Estimates of the number of fetal cells in the maternal circulation vary depending on the gestational age and the technique used to obtain the cells.
The license agreement grants Ikonisys a worldwide license under Abbott patents for the manufacture and sale of DNA probes in conjunction with Chromotest(TM), a revolutionary test for the prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities using fetal cells from the maternal circulation.
The placenta is a discoid-shaped organ which serves for the exchange of materials between the fetal and maternal circulation systems during pregnancy.
Fetomaternal hemorrhage, or loss of blood from the fetal to the maternal circulation, is four to five times more common in the traumatized patient than in uninjured controls.
The Phase I data demonstrated that CFS can recover fetal cells from maternal circulation, and that the recovered cells can be used for prenatal diagnosis.
14] Xanthine oxidase is thought to play a fundamental role in free radical induced tissue damage in human placenta and as a result of under-perfusion, necrotic processes could lead to discharge syncytiotrophoblast microvesicles into maternal circulation.
The discovery of free fetal DNA (ffDNA) [11] in maternal circulation (1) marked the beginning of the noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) era, and allowed the development of the first noninvasive prenatal tests.
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