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Synonyms for factor

Synonyms for factor

one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

one of the conditions or facts attending an event and having some bearing on it

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one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer

any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together

an independent variable in statistics

be a contributing factor

consider as relevant when making a decision

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Angiogenic growth factor expression in rat skeletal muscle in response to exercise training.
PGs have a tendency to develop within vascular lesions, suggesting an angiogenic stimuli of development, and increased expression of angiogenic growth factors (vascular endothelial growth factor and mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways) have been found in PGs.
The surface features an increased amount of nano-scaled textures that result in the up-regulation of a greater amount of osteogenic and angiogenic growth factors critical for bone growth and fusion as compared to PEEK (polyether ether ketone) and the company's current surface.
HIF1A is associated with overexpression of other angiogenic growth factors such as formation of unstable/leaky vasculature (Hadjipanayi and Schilling, 2013).
3) This is consistent with expression of hypoxia-inducible angiogenic growth factors such as vascular endothelial growth factor in sporadic paragangliomas (4) and with the increased incidence of paragangliomas in patients with chronic hypoxia, such as those living at high altitudes.
Angiogenic growth factors in the diagnosis and prediction of pre-eclampsia.
There are four steps involved in the growth of blood vessels within tumors: i) the release of angiogenic growth factors by cancerous cells, ii) the disintegration of the basement membrane of a pre-existing capillary through the action of MMPs, iii) the proliferation and migration of endothelial cells to form sprouts, and iv) the formation of a capillary tube through the eventual contact of sprouts (Li et al.
Currently, Cleveland Clinic doctors are participating in a trial in which angiogenic growth factors (natural proteins that stimulate cell growth and differentiation) are injected directly into leg muscles of PAD patients to see if new blood vessels will grow and reconnect with the larger vessels, resulting in improved blood flow in the leg.