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Synonyms for activate

to arouse to action or put in motion

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make active or more active

make more adsorptive

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aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter

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make (substances) radioactive

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Additional experiments suggest that aromatase is not completely suppressed because MEHP still activates PPAR[alpha].
Moreover, when the researchers exposed fat cells to lipopolysaccharide (LPS), one of the bacterial components that activates TLR4, the cells began to make a related receptor, TLR2, and to synthesize secreted immune molecules such as interleukin-6.
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Emitting red light at a discrete frequency, intensity, and time period, the unit activates LS11 in the "kill zone.
The FSAP Marburg I variant has a reduced ability to activate prourokinase, but has retained its potential to activate factor VII.
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Li and his colleagues may now have found how HIV resolves this apparent paradox The virus makes a protein that activates quiescent immune cells and transforms them into suitable hosts for replication, they report in the July 22 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.