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  • 21 Protein-lipid interaction — is the influence of membrane proteins on the lipid physical state or vice versa. The questions which are relevant to understanding of the structure and function of the membrane are: 1) Do intrinsic membrane proteins bind tightly to lipids, and… …

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  • 22 Anabolic steroid — cite journal author=Grishkovskaya I, Avvakumov GV, Sklenar G, Dales D, Hammond GL, Muller YA title=Crystal structure of human sex hormone binding globulin: steroid transport by a laminin G like domain journal=EMBO J. volume=19 issue=4… …

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  • 23 receptor — /ri sep teuhr/, n. 1. Physiol. an end organ or a group of end organs of sensory or afferent neurons, specialized to be sensitive to stimulating agents, as touch or heat. 2. Cell Biol. any of various specific protein molecules in surface membranes …

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  • 24 Snyder , Solomon Halbert — (1938–) American psychopharmacologist Snyder was born in Washington DC and educated at Georgetown University. After receiving his MD in 1962 he moved to the National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, as a research associate. He later… …

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  • 25 Qcodo — Infobox Software name = Qcodo developer = Qcodo Community latest release version = 0.3.43 programming language = PHP operating system = Cross platform genre = Web application framework license = MIT License website = http://www.qcodo.comThe QCodo …

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  • 26 compress — I. v. a. 1. Press together, close tightly, shut firmly. 2. Bind tightly, wrap closely. 3. Squeeze or press together or into smaller compass, condense. 4. Squeeze, force, crowd, press. 5. Make brief, abbreviate, condense, make terse or pithy. II.… …

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  • 27 strain — I. /streɪn / (say strayn) verb (t) 1. to draw tight or taut; stretch, especially to the utmost tension: to strain a rope. 2. to exert to the utmost: to strain one s ears to catch a sound. 3. to impair, injure, or weaken by stretching or… …

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  • 28 Gird — (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to begird, and… …

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  • 29 Girded — Gird Gird (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to… …

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  • 30 Girding — Gird Gird (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to… …

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  • 31 Girt — Gird Gird (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to… …

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  • 32 Girt up — Gird Gird (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to… …

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  • 33 Sequester — Se*ques ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sequestered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sequestering}.] [F. s[ e]questrer, L. sequestrare to give up for safe keeping, from sequester a depositary or trustee in whose hands the thing contested was placed until the dispute …

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  • 34 Sequestered — Sequester Se*ques ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sequestered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sequestering}.] [F. s[ e]questrer, L. sequestrare to give up for safe keeping, from sequester a depositary or trustee in whose hands the thing contested was placed until… …

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  • 35 Sequestering — Sequester Se*ques ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sequestered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sequestering}.] [F. s[ e]questrer, L. sequestrare to give up for safe keeping, from sequester a depositary or trustee in whose hands the thing contested was placed until… …

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  • 36 To gird on — Gird Gird (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to… …

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  • 37 To gird up — Gird Gird (g[ e]rd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Girt}or {Girded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Girding}.] [OE. girden, gurden, AS. gyrdan; akin to OS. gurdian, D. gorden, OHG. gurten, G. g[ u]rten, Icel. gyr[eth]a, Sw. gjorda, Dan. giorde, Goth. biga[ i]rdan to… …

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  • 38 Clonazepam — Not to be confused with camazepam, chlorpromazine, cinolazepam, or clobazam. Clonazepam …

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  • 39 High endothelial venules — (HEV) are specialized post capillary venous swellings characterized by simple cuboidal cells as opposed to simple squamous cells found in regular venules. This allows for re entry of lymphocytes into the bloodstream through HEV. cite book |author …

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  • 40 strain — {{11}}strain (n.1) injury caused by straining, 1550s, from STRAIN (Cf. strain) (v.). The meaning passage of music (1570s) probably developed from a verbal sense of to tighten the voice, originally the strings of a musical instrument (late 14c.).… …

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