overabundance


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the state of being more than full

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Imai said they are now studying whether an overabundance of NAMPT in the fat increases lifespan, as they showed in the mice with an overabundance of SIRT1 in the brain.
What is new is the overabundance of images we have to choose from.
The researchers also suggest that caffeine suppresses inflammatory changes in the brain that lead to an overabundance of the protein.
A comparison of human and bacterial DNA revealed 51 different human genetic variants, with certain bacterial deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in overabundance living in or on 15 areas of the body.
Highly recommended for school and public library collections, especially as a countermeasure to the modern-day overabundance of sugary processed foods and widespread obesity.
Pursuant to the three year supply agreement, Sequenom and its subsidiaries will purchase Illumina's sequencing equipment and consumables for use in the development of a noninvasive test designed to detect an overabundance of chromosome 21 in pregnant women, a result associated with fetal Down syndrome.
Many reviewers felt the the collection was drawing from an overabundance of influences, and the
THE five-piece girl group make their comeback with a bang-on a pop single packed with techno beeps, synths and an overabundance of autotune as they go all out to firmly establish themselves as Britain's top female act.
It takes the place of an overabundance of hardware, software licenses, and infrastructure, saving time and startup and maintenance costs.
Spain's generous solar subsidy led to an overabundance of photovoltaic (PV) projects in the country in 2008, overheating the global PV market and committing Spanish taxpayers to an estimated $26.5 billion to cover the total FIT costs over the lifetime of the projects.
An overabundance of vacant commercial property can impede revitalization efforts, negatively impact surrounding businesses and neighborhoods, increase unemployment and lead to declines in tax revenue.
Free radicals can be kept in check by antioxidants, but if there is an overabundance of radicals, the resulting oxidative stress can damage DNA and tissue.
This overabundance challenges workers, placing an increasing premium on skills of sifting through information of sometimes dubious quality, integrating information critically, and producing well-reasoned conclusions.
An overabundance of permits and lower-than-expected emissions due to the recession has led to plunging prices in the quarterly auctions.
How much aid is too much (such as an overabundance of cheap donated food driving local farmers out of business)?