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cause to arise


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cause to occur rapidly

reason or establish by induction

produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes

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In this study we used a dose of PTZ (30mM for 30 minutes) to induce cell death in adult neuronal cell culture and metformin at the dose of 20mM to protect the effect of neuronal cells death.
Suppose first that u,v,w [member of] N induce a triangle in G*.
Suppose first that u, v, w G N induce a triangle in [G.sup.*].
"AMP induces a dose-dependent, reversible, hypothermic state," he says.
Its is well known that KCl induces smooth-muscle contraction through activation of voltage-dependent calcium channels and subsequent release of calcium from the sarcoplasmic reticulum (Nasa et al.
Exposure to stress has long been thought to trigger relapse in humans (3, 4) and was recently shown for the first time in an experimental setting to induce craving for cocaine in abstaining addicts (5).
My previous experiments with other plants in the Brassicaceae indicate that clipping does not induce resistance (Agrawal 1998b, 1999; unpublished data).
Recent studies on chronic neuronal disease revealed a new feature of inflammation: a transient spike of TNF-[alpha] expression (i.e., a large amount that peaks after 1.5 hr and disappears after 3 hr) may induce neuronal degeneration resembling the delayed and progressive nature of the symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease (Gao et al.
Most importantly, infection and current vaccines do not appear to effectively induce these antibodies in humans.
After using hydrogen sulfide to successfully induce torporlike states in several non-mammalian species, such as yeast, worms, and flies, Mark Roth and his colleagues at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle attempted this feat in common lab mice (Musmusculus), which don't normally undergo torpor.
Cyclacel Limited, the UK-based biopharmaceutical company, has demonstrated through state-of-the-art biomarker technology that CYC202 (R-roscovitine), its lead CDK inhibitor drug candidate, appears to induce cancer cell suicide or apoptosis in patients receiving the drug.
Cathy Yao, MD, PhD, began her presentation by explaining that mucosal tissues are major sites of HIV entry and initial infection, and hypothesizing that mucosal immunization could induce remote mucosal site IgA production.
Because plant attackers are not always predictable in time and space, and defenses are thought to impose a cost, it is believed that plants use damage as a cue to induce resistance against subsequent herbivores.
Here, although one person with an extremely strong personality structure is able to induce others to his or her way of thinking or beliefs, a true folie requires some kind of feedback to occur (the induced personalities must also respond) until a whirlpool of delusional communications is created that is so strong at times it is difficult to tell who is the original inducer and who is the inducee.