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to discharge (wastes or foreign substances) from the body

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Aside from patients with SCID, patients with B cell-mediated PIDs such as XLA and CVID have been reported to excrete VDPVs (14,25,28).
The liver excretes bile, which as well as containing salts that help emulsify fats in the small intestine, consists of waste products and bile pigments formed from the breakdown of red blood cells.
Learn the behaviour of your puppy before he excretes - this is often walking around in circles and sniffing the ground.
Upon releasing spiders onto the plants, I observed these individuals for five minutes to determine whether they would excrete during that period, since earlier unrelated observations had established that they often excreted within this time.
While chitosan does excrete vitamins and minerals, the big question is, "Does it excrete fat?"
These results were in accordance with the reports that patients with [alpha]-NAGA deficiency in adult form excrete mainly compounds composed of one or two sialic acid moieties and Gal[beta]1-3GalNAc[alpha]1-Thr as a core structure (4, 5).
The immune system doesn't attack the foreign proteins that make up a developing fetus, either, not even when that fetus has begun to display and excrete a lot of its own personal proteins.
As the pores open up and the millions of sweat glands start to excrete, the body rids itself of metabolic and other waste products.
The time required for this process is measured by the term "half-life," which means the amount of time the body needs to excrete one-half of the lead dose.
Diuretics cause the kidneys to excrete sodium; as a result, lithium levels rise.
The kidneys, trying to remove the excess sugar, excrete large amounts of water and essential body elements, causing frequent urination and thirst.
Then they measured how the treatments influenced the animal's ability to excrete water and how the salt stress altered levels of vasopressin, Gaq and Gaz.
It turns out that some are actually waste that newly discovered types of microbes excrete.
Hibernating bears don't drink, eat, or excrete waste, so food- and waterborne contaminants neither enter nor leave their bodies.
"And thirdly, in a bird that has been vaccinated it does not necessarily mean that it will not excrete the infection."