Example sentences for: disappearance

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  • SL-1 induction in p2S cells, an untransformed mouse mammary epithelial cell line, triggered the disappearance of E-cadherin and beta-catenin from cell-cell junctions and reduced the expression of beta-catenin [ 35 ] . Wnt-5a and SL-1 may play similar roles in inhibiting cadherin-mediated cell-adhesion, as Wnt-5a decreases Ca 2+-dependent cell adhesion similar to a dominant negative cadherin [ 11 ] . The regulation of SL-1 by Wnt-5a may be important in developmental processes such as gastrulation where Wnt-5a affects the morphogenetic movement of tissues [ 45 ] .

  • Can there be any significance in the disappearance of euphemisms for death?

  • DNA microarrays have proven to be a particularly effective tool for genome-wide transcript profiling, and they can generate information on the accumulation and disappearance of thousands of specific transcripts in a single experiment [ 1 2 3 4 5 ] . Because such an array generates vast quantities of data, it is desirable to improve the statistical reliability of the data through experimental repetitions.

  • Here is a partial list of events that El Niño can be blamed for (at least partially): the ongoing drought in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea; forest fires in Indonesia; famine in North Korea; the appearance of hurricanes along the Pacific coast of the United States; the disappearance of hurricanes along the Atlantic Coast of the United States; a mild winter in the Northeast, a harsh winter in the Southeast, the failure of the fish harvest in South America.

  • Clinical response criteria were defined according to RECIST guidelines; briefly, complete response (CR) is defined as complete disappearance of all measurable and evaluable clinical evidence of cancer; partial response (PR) is defined as at least a 50% reduction in the size of all measurable tumor areas, progressive disease (PD) is defined as an increase of ≥25% (compared to baseline or best response) in the size of all measurable tumor areas; and stable disease (SD) is defined as neither sufficient shrinkage to qualify for PR nor sufficient increase to qualify for PD


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