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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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Lightweight compounds known as borohydrides (including lithium and sodium compounds) are known to be effective storage materials but it was believed that once the energy was released it could not be reabsorbed -- a critical limitation.
Creatinine is filtered at the glomerulus but does not get reabsorbed by the renal tubules, so the amount in the blood and urine is a measure of GFR.
The kidney continuously filters glucose through the glomerulus; however, nearly all of this glucose is reabsorbed.
This new blend strengthens bones by ensuring calcium is reabsorbed into bone tissue, thereby increasing bone mineral density.
Natural flax seeds are used because they retain heat when microwaved, and emit moisture, which then is reabsorbed back into their core as they cool down.
Ethinyloestradiol can then be reabsorbed in the small intestine to help maintain its therapeutic concentration in the circulation.
Lithium is freely filtered through the glomerulus and reabsorbed by the proximal tubule in the same proportion as sodium (60%-65%); another 15% to 20% is reabsorbed beyond the proximal tubule, and 20% is excreted in the urine.
The "blister fluid" is reabsorbed and the skin over the blister dries and peels off.
Wearing rubber gloves means that hands and nails get soaked in what the body is trying to get rid of, such as sweat, and this is reabsorbed into the hands.
I wondered if that meant my ectopic pregnancy had reabsorbed itself.
These crews seek out abnormal proteins and either repairs them or removes them by degrading the proteins into smaller molecules that can be reabsorbed.
Some of them might be reabsorbed by the newcomers if current trends continue, but certainly not many.