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reabsorb

 [re″ab-sorb´]
to absorb again; to undergo or to subject to reabsorption; to resorb.

reabsorb

to absorb again; to undergo or to subject to reabsorption; to resorb.
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5) SGLT-1 is a high-affinity, low-capacity glucose transporter that reabsorbs the remaining 10% of filtered glucose in the distal straight segment (S3) of the proximal tubule.
Because the rats reabsorb so much water, the urine they expel is highly concentrated.
However, just as it takes hours to dry materials, it can take an hour (and typically more) for material to reabsorb moisture from the air.
Today, the jingoists contend, the Russian Army will reabsorb Belarus and Ukraine; then they will march into Riga and Warsaw; then the hungry Russian bear will restore the evil empire in its thirst for warm-water ports in Turkey and the Persian Gulf.
We are rapidly adding pollutants to our earth's atmosphere faster than the natural processes can reabsorb them.
Normally, in healthy individuals, the kidneys filter a large volume of glucose and actively reabsorb virtually all of it.
By controlling the size and architecture of these structures we can tune theirproperties and make them reversible -- this means they can release and reabsorb hydrogen," said Aguey-Zinsou, lead author on the paper.
OECD cautions that the global economic recovery is "unlikely to be sufficiently vigorous to rapidly reabsorb current high levels of unemployment and under-employment.
Four years later, the country has effectively managed to reabsorb its deficit (from 3.
The kidney is washing it out of the system - it's failing to reabsorb it back into the body.
The deal will mean the planting of trees dedicated to Henry Howard Finance and Nearby Stores in Northcombe Farm, Devon, to reabsorb carbon dioxide emissions.
Use Arnica on bruises as long as skin has not been grazed, it reduces pain and encourages tissue to reabsorb blood to speed up the healing process.