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Synonyms for uptake

a process of taking up or using up or consuming

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Minister Storey said: This is the second year of my Department s Benefit Uptake Programme which is tailored to ensure that people in Northern Ireland receive all the benefits they are entitled to.
In total 93% of children who reached their fifth birthday by March 31 this year had received two doses of MMR - the highest ever annual uptake of the jab in Wales.
Vacuuming is also useful for improving uptake because it discharges the free water and air from within the wood (Yu 1999, Li et al.
Since 2014, Uptake has been developing locomotive-related predictive diagnostics and fleet optimization solutions for Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD), a subsidiary of Caterpillar.
To investigate the cellular uptake of [beta]-lg nanoparticles, FITC, a fluorescent marker, was used (Hu et al.
In reviewing patients' imaging data, Li and colleagues located 361 sites of fluoride uptake in major artery walls in 59 (97%) patients and 317 calcification sites in 49 (88%) patients.
This compares to an overall uptake last year of 50.
Uptake of the first dose of MMR vaccine for children aged two has increased to 91.
The uptake of dietary non-haem iron in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract requires protein-mediated transport and two separate enterocyte pathways have been identified, namely the Divalent Metal Transporter-1 (DMT-1) and the Integrin-Mobilferrin pathway (IMP),8 DMT1 requires iron in the ferrous form ([Fe.
The reconstructed images were converted to standardized uptake value (SUV) images with patient's body weight and injected dose of FDG.
Summary: The NHS risks being inundated with flu victims because of a "shockingly low" vaccine uptake, a has senior doctor warned.
Among the topics are siderophores from bacteria and from fungi, haem uptake and iron extraction by bacteria, mechanisms and regulation of iron homeostasis in the Rhizobia, iron uptake in Shigella and Escherichia coli, haem and iron metabolism in Bacteriodes, iron dependence and transport in Cyanobacteria, and iron uptake in Staphylococci.
The uptake was especially rapid in dense forests and most evident near the tops of forest canopies, which accounted for as much as 97 percent of the oVOC uptake that was observed.
Active uptake into the cell occurs via organic anion transporting polypeptides.