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reduced

adjective attenuated, brief, contracted, cut, decreased, deficient, depressed, diluted, diminished, less, lesser, lowered, minimal, minor, nominal, shorter, slashed, smaller, thinned
Associated concepts: reduced charge, reduced sentence
See also: brief, inferior, insolvent, minimal, nominal, poor
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Taking into account the possible application of PE-PPy(Cl) as an ion-exchange membrane, the investigation of the redox behaviour can provide information about the electrochemical ion-exchange properties of this composite.
Figure 5 shows the relationship between the redox peak currents of CV curve for PANI electrode and cycle times.
For the introduction of unstable renewable energy such as solar and wind power, the use of a redox flow battery helps stable power supply, and thus, contributes to the alleviation of power shortages.
2] formation, and a shift toward positive redox potential in cells exposed to zinc.
Then the researchers tested the cells' resistance when both the protein pump and the redox cycle were blocked.
Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases as Mediators of Redox Signaling
About EnerVault: EnerVault designs and manufactures long-duration, grid-scale energy storage systems based on iron-chromium redox flow battery technology pioneered by NASA.
DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, redox substrates, signaling molecules); 2) reactions of metal complexes within the cellular milieu and in vivo; 3) uptake of metal complexes into cells and delivery to specific cellular compartments; 4) interactions of metal complexes with specific enzymes and receptors; 5) mechanisms by which synthetic metal complexes recruit cell cycle, signal transduction, and other metabolic pathways to alter cell functions; and 6) structure-activity relationships for ligand design to control metal complex activity and stability in vitro and in vivo.
Manevich is presenting data illustrating that modulation of cell surface redox status and transmembrane potential by NOV-002 in myeloid cells induces changes in calcium influx and subsequent NO generation which may be relevant to enhanced recovery from chemotherapy-induced myelosuppression seen in clinical studies of this drug candidate.
We are very pleased to have another peer reviewed publication, continuing to establish cellular redox modulation as the fundamental mechanism of action of NOV-002," said Christopher Pazoles, Ph.