uncoupling


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Synonyms for uncoupling

the act or process of detaching

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New Delhi [India], January 26 ( ANI ): After consciously uncoupling, Gwyneth Paltrow has opened up about her divorce from Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and said he's now "like a brother".
This new guidance will be welcomed by members who will be able to put it into practical use for the training of drivers and used as a benchmark for risk assessment of their procedures, site and systems to ensure safe coupling and uncoupling of trucks and trailers.
KeedeRoll[TM] 100 - An entangled net uncoupling mat designed to keep tiles isolated and prevent any transfer of cracks.
Diets high in fat and sucrose, thyroid hormone, and specific peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor agonists have been also described to upregulate UCP2 and UCP3 in the heart and promote a mild uncoupling reducing mitochondrial ROS generation and cardiomyocytes apoptosis and thereby ameliorate myocardial function [36-39].
In March 2014, the pair announced they were undergoing a process they called ''conscious uncoupling.
Perhaps we need to think about consciously uncoupling elegant architecture and licensed seediness.
By the weekend, the journalists with celebrity links managed to partially unravel the mystery of the conscious uncoupling, its spiritual significance and above all, the somewhat vague source.
This power conditioner delivers up to 4 A output power per network connection, and it is suitable for double master use without the need for data uncoupling.
Activated STAT-3 and AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK), and the mRNA of lipooxidative enzymes, peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma-coactivator-1alpha, and uncoupling protein-1 and-2 were increased in WAT.
Many now believe that as a result of uncoupling, a serious slowdown in the G3 economies would not restrain the resilient growth of many Asian economies to the extent that Asia would also dip into recession.
Although several studies have suggested that propofol has a direct effect on oxidative phosphorylation, (2,21,22) it remains unclear whether propofol exerts this effect by uncoupling the mitochondrial electron flow (20) or by a protonophoric effect, increasing the proton influx across the inner mitochondrial membrane.
The results of this latest study run contrary to the findings of the 2001 White Paper which aimed at uncoupling economic growth from transport growth (the revised White Paper, published on 22 June, on the other hand recommends uncoupling transport growth and its negative effects on the environment).
Studies have indicated that a subo stance called uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2), which is also secreted by pancreatic cells, reduces how much insulin is produced.
3 Noah's Arc Smart, sexy gay men of color coupling and uncoupling and making us blush, laugh, and sniffle.