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ameliorated

Referring to lessened signs or symptoms of a disease.
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The high-sucrose diet resulted in an induction of multiple components of the unfolded protein response in the liver consistent with ER stress, which was ameliorated by taurine supplementation.
Supplementation with both the phytochemicals (catechin and quercetin) ameliorated all of these effects significantly.
The firm has a number of large leases set to expire in a few years, which may have ameliorated the bank's future need for space.
Moreover, where Islamist activists were afforded some political participation--such as in Tunisia and Jordan--Islamist extremism was ameliorated. However, the case of Pakistan is notable since the state afforded some inclusion of the major Islamist party, Jama'at al-Islami, but this did not stem the tide of political extremism.
For instance, contaminant-induced mortality can be later ameliorated by reduced competition among the survivors, a concept we refer to as "density-mediated compensation." Alternatively, it can be exacerbated by toxicant effects that persist or appear after exposure, a phenomenon we term "carryover effects." We developed a laboratory framework for testing the contribution of exposure, density-mediated, and carryover effects to net survival, by exposing embryos and larvae of the streamside salamander (Ambystoma barboum) to atrazine (0, 4, 40, 400 ppb; 3 ppb is the U.S.
The author argues that the 1740s rebellions were the result of the contradiction between the brutal necessities of local colonial domination and the role of the courts as social mediators who ameliorated to a certain extent exploitative conditions.
Haynes is just 30 years old, a fact ameliorated by his having worked since the age of 10 in any number, it seems, of standard, peon-level jobs.
A third and related issue is defining conditions that might be ameliorated by probiotic or prebiotic therapies.
So we stand before a full-throttle griffin--a fashion-plate gender blend, a colonial couturier's nightmare that is simultaneously ameliorated and exaggerated by the skirmish between fabric and costume, surface and shape.