Example sentences for: accelerates

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  • Elevation of intracellular Ca 2+([Ca 2+] i ) accelerates exocytosis of insulin granules.

  • Consistent with our observation that the phosphorylation status of Rlk does not significantly contribute to its association with RAFTs, we still observed a decreased half-life of Rlk co-expressed with Fyn when lysed under these harsh conditions (data not shown), arguing that phosphorylation by Fyn specifically accelerates Rlk turnover.

  • In animal models of arthritis, systemic treatment with IL-10 and adenovirus-mediated transfer of viral IL-10 moderately suppresses the development of arthritis, but is significantly more effective when combined with IL-4 [ 19 20 21 22 23 24 ] . The evidence for the importance of IL-10 is further supported by the fact that in vivo anti-IL-10 treatment accelerates disease in collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) [ 22 ] .

  • Voltage-gated K +currents with distinct electrophysiological and pharmacological properties are present in granulosa cells (GC), and modulate resting membrane potential [ 4 12 13 16 17 ] . Furthermore, selective antagonism of GC K +channels with distinct molecular correlates, electrophysiological properties and expression patterns can influence differentially GC proliferation, steroidogenic capability, and apoptosis [ 17 18 ] . Our laboratory has previously identified two distinct delayed rectifier K +currents in pig GC: a slow current (I Ks ) associated with channels formed by co-assembly of KCNQ1 pore-forming and KCNE1 accessory proteins, and an ultra-rapid current (I Kur ) formed by co-assembly of KCNA pore-forming and KCNAB accessory proteins [ 4 ] . Moreover, we have shown that selective block of I Ks enhances basal progesterone synthesis, while complete block of both I Ks and I Kur accelerates apoptosis [ 18 ] .

  • It considers only the most important information from the time domain of heart rate variability (HRV), i.e. whether the heart rate accelerates or decelerates from one beat to the next.

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