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modulation

 [mod″u-la´shun]
the normal capacity of cell adaptability to its environment.
antigenic modulation the alteration of antigenic determinants in a living cell surface membrane following interaction with antibody.
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mod·u·la·tion

(mod'yū-lā'shŭn),
1. The functional and morphologic fluctuation of cells in response to changing environmental conditions.
2. Systematic variation in a characteristic (for example, frequency, amplitude) of a sustained oscillation to code additional information.
3. A change in the kinetics of an enzyme or metabolic pathway.
4. The regulation of the rate of translation of mRNA by a modulating codon.
[L. modulor, to measure off properly]
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modulation

The regulation of the rate at which a specific gene is transcribed.
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mod·u·la·tion

(mod'yŭ-lā'shŭn)
1. The functional and morphologic fluctuation of cells in response to changing environmental conditions.
2. Systematic variation in a characteristic (e.g., frequency, amplitude) of a sustained oscillation to code additional information.
3. A change in the kinetics of an enzyme or metabolic pathway.
4. The regulation of the rate of translation of mRNA by a modulating codon.
5. Change in parameters of electrotherapy (e.g., frequency, amplitude).
[L. modulor, to measure off properly]
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