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To understand the pharmacological mechanism responsible for the stimulatory effects of AJEA on the DCLM contractility, a possible involvement of the muscarinic and/or serotoninergic receptors was investigated using pharmacological strategy.
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found that a stimulatory molecule could sustain human insulin-producing beta cell replication for at least four weeks in a mouse model of diabetes.
For example, for a faster repayment, apply more of both levers or for more stimulus for a given rate of repayment, apply more of the stimulatory lever relative to the deflationary one.
However, she says that Calabrese equates stimulatory low-dose effects with benefits when there's no reason to expect that they would necessarily be beneficial.
The current research is an in vitro study comparing the stimulatory effects of the epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-a (TGF-a), as well as follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) on the ovarian cancer cell line SK-OV3 in vitro.
In a study of rats, results strongly suggest mutual stimulatory interaction between brain mechanisms involved in the attack and stress response, Dr.
Larger breaks for middle-class families rather than the wealthy might have been more stimulatory and less detrimental to the nation's long-term fiscal health.
Consumers should realize that supplements added to drinks such as kola and guarana can be more potent than caffeine, and their individual stimulatory effects can vary greatly.
But with Obuchi/Mori stimulatory policies pushing the official deficit toward [yen] 700 trillion, a clamor arose for yet another round of fiscal restraint.
Nonaka urged the government to implement large-scale stimulatory fiscal spending to rev up the decelerating economy, saying, ''It is impossible to fix the Japanese economy by merely resorting to monetary policy.