Example sentences for: accumulating

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  • Although cytokines are traditionally associated with peripheral immune reactions as part of the innate response, evidence is accumulating that they may also be involved in normal brain function and may mediate pathological responses such as hyperalgesia [ 26 27 ] . In fact, the abundance of MIF in glia of the spinal cord is particularly interesting since glial cells have been suggested as involved in hyperalgesia through the release of cytokines and other substances [ 28 ] . Given the presence of MIF in the pelvic organs (bladder, prostate) and the central and peripheral nervous system tissues that innervate these organs, as well as the fact that bladder inflammation appears to upregulate MIF in these areas, it is possible that MIF represents a therapeutic target in reducing or preventing pelvic viscera inflammation.

  • There is accumulating evidence that regimens utilizing continuous infusion of sedative agents can be effectively titrated, assuring patient comfort and neuronal stability under paralysis, while the search for underlying pathology and effective treatment programs follows [ 35, 36].

  • The flow of saving is essential to accumulating a stock of wealth-as a general rule someone who never saves will have no wealth.

  • The shake-up announced at China's Communist Party congress leads at the Los Angeles Times , and USA Today goes with the record surpluses accumulating in state coffers.

  • Black tea has been shown to have a preventative effect against skin carcinogenesis in animal models [ 4 5 6 7 8 9 ] . Of particular interest are the accumulating data that reflect similar potential health benefits associated with both the epicatechins of green tea and the theaflavins of black tea [ 10 11 ] . Several mechanisms may be responsible for the anti-initiation and anti-promotion properties of black tea [ 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 ]

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