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ac·ti·vate

(ak'ti-vāt),
1. To render active.
2. To make radioactive.

activate

(ăk′tə-vāt′)
tr.v. acti·vated, acti·vating, acti·vates
1. To set in motion; make active or more active.
2. Biology To convert (certain biological compounds) into biologically active derivatives.

ac′ti·va′tion n.
ac′ti·va′tor n.

activate

See activation.

Activate

(1) To render something active.
(2) To make something radioactive.
Chemistry To convert a compound—e.g., a provitamin or enzyme—into an active form or different compound, in particular one that has a specific biologic action
Example, activation by UV light Ergosterol, lumisterol, tachysterol, vitamin D2

ac·ti·vate

(ak'ti-vāt)
1. To render active.
2. To make radioactive.

activate (ak´tivāt),

v in orthodontics, to adjust an appliance so that it will exert effective force on the teeth and jaws.

Patient discussion about activate

Q. Are there any nice activities for adults with autism? I've been helping a very nice man of 45 of years old and I'm looking for some new things I can do with him in our time together. any ideas?

A. Autistic people react wonderfully with animals. for instance- i saw a group of severe Autistic teenagers going to swim with dolphins. the effect was amazing! taking him to the zoo, or even to the park to feed ducks, pet dogs, whatever.. could have a great effect on him.
hope i helped!
tell me how it went.

Q. what is a passive smoking? and is it dangerous as an active?

A. Passive smoking is the exposure to cigarettes smoke emitted from cigarettes smoke by other person. It's dangerous and may increase the risk to several diseases similar to active smoking (one's exposure to smoke emitted from the cigarettes he or she is smoking) although the risk is of lower magnitude. Example for passive smoking is children of smokers etc.

You may read more here:http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/secondhandsmoke.html

Q. i swim a lot ! what are the advantages of swimming over other sport activities? on what part of the body does it work the most ?

A. its a good workout but your not really going to burn as much calories as a regular work out.

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These samples were assayed with 50 [micro]L of activator diluent in place of activator predispensed in microtubes.
Employing experienced, business-minded leaders at our firm and on our Board of Activators allows us to provide the customized and insightful solutions that our clients need for growth and success, which ensures our own growth and success.
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In this collaboration, Cytokinetics will combine its foremost position in the discovery and mechanistic biology of small molecule activators of skeletal muscle contractility with Astellas advanced pharmaceutical discovery, development, and commercialization capabilities.
The difficult part of compounding closed cell sponge for continuous extrusion/expansion processes is matching material modulus or viscosity development (a composite for thermal softening and curing) against the activation temperature and amount of internal pressure developing by the gases being generated by the blowing agents and activators.
They described, for example, two ofthe new recombinant proteins designed to help heart patients: atrial natriuretic factor (ANF), a hormone capable of reducing blood pressure and water retention in people suffering from congestive heart failure and hypertension; and tissue plasminogen activator (tPA), a clot-dissolving enzyme that can reduce tissue damage after sudden heart attacks.
We have very much appreciated our partnership with HKUST, which dates from 2000 on the discovery of small molecule telomerase activators by screening libraries of natural product extracts," said David L.
A working solution of Harvest Wash is achieved by mixing concentrate and activator immediately before use.
Through videos and performances that feature exercises, games, sports, and dances, The Activators make fitness fun and accessible to all preschoolers, regardless of athletic ability.
Jean Bemis, Sirtris Associate Director of Chemistry, will present an abstract on the identification of novel small molecule activators of SIRT1, the founding member of the sirtuin family of enzymes associated with diseases of aging.
Heidi Galonek, PhD of Sirtris Pharmaceuticals will present her poster titled Small Molecule Activators of SIRT1 Suppress Inflammatory Signaling Pathways In Vivo on Wednesday, January 23 from 7:30-10:00 pm CST.
The natural SIRT1 activator, AROS, and Sirtris' proprietary SIRT1 activators both bind to the N-terminus of SIRT1.