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entrain

/en·train/ (en-trān´) to modulate the cardiac rhythm by gaining control of the rate of the pacemaker with an external stimulus.

entrain

(ĕn-trān′)
To alter the biological rhythm of an organism so that it assumes a cycle different from a 24-hour one.
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These results clearly demonstrate that tasimelteon can entrain the circadian clock and continued treatment is necessary to maintain entrainment," said Steven W.
The RESET study demonstrates the efficacy of chronic treatment with tasimelteon in Non-24 and further supports the results of the SET study, which established the ability of tasimelteon to entrain the master body clock and significantly improve the clinical symptoms of Non-24.
9 FM has added SHANNON CURFMAN and ENTRAIN to the lineup for THE SEVENTH ANNUAL FREE WBOS EARTHFEST scheduled for Saturday, April 22, 11:00AM TO 6:30PM at the MDC Hatch Shell in Boston.
Having won the hearts, minds, bodies and souls of fans, radio programmers and critics from Cape Cod to the California Coast, Martha's Vineyard's Entrain continues to blast their way across the country.
The jam-packed day will feature live music, including performances by Entrain and III Kings, children's entertainment, classic picnic food and a colorful array of throwback games to help you gear up for summer.
Using wax at lower temperatures also reduces its tendency to entrain air, but requires careful control of temperature loss as the material moves from the wax melter through the wax handling system to the injectors.
It may be this pathway which allows light to be a strong zeitgeber (an external cue that entrains one's circadian rhythm).
Competitive auditions in the afternoon consisted of 2 senior piano entrains, judged by Taytor.
Unfortunately the building is not site-specific; its spinal root goes from nowhere to nowhere, and although it speaks of protection, its height entrains rain (which in New South Wales usually comes at 45[degrees] as it is accompanied by wind).
002" annular orifice, which accelerates airflow and entrains surrounding air as it exits the nozzle.
This not only creates excessive oxides throughout the melt, but it also entrains further moisture and air during the splashes.
Unit effectively entrains and hydrates dry powders while running in reverse operation.