depolarize

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de·po·lar·ize

(dē-pō'lăr-īz),
To deprive of polarity.

depolarize

the act of depolarization.
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Guinea pig kisspeptin neurons are depolarized by leptin via activation of TRPC channels.
The PeV1 spikes could be separated when the nerve cell of a PeV1 neuron was depolarized intracellularly (Fig.
By searching for an increase of the background counts in the detector during storage we were able to detect depolarized neutrons.
When a resting cell is depolarized electrically, sodium gates open and the sodium ions enter the cell.
3, is higher for an azimuth angle [Phi] = 45 [degrees], meaning that the light backscattered along this direction is more partially depolarized and gives rise to the four-leaf pattern.
The membrane will become depolarized next to the initial site of depolarization, and the potential will increase (i.
In breaking the bond with organics, the negatively-charged particulates are depolarized or neutralized.
Definitely, depolarized cathodes can be considered as an important innovation in membrane process.
After the ventral surface has been activated, the excitation wave passes to the dorsal side, where the upper part of the appendage is depolarized first in the inferior vena cava, and then in the middle and lower parts.
It was preliminarily assumed that the volume scattering within the inhomogeneous dielectrics plays an important role on the depolarization phenomenon [20], assuming the depolarized reflection under the linearly polarized incidence is a function independent with the surface roughness and the scattering angle [20].
2,6) With each APC with aberrant ventricular conduction, the RBB is not depolarized in an antegrade fashion, but instead is depolarized approximately 0.