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endogenous

 [en-doj´ĕ-nus]
produced within or caused by factors within the organism.

en·dog·e·nous

(en-doj'ĕ-nŭs),
Originating or produced within the organism or one of its parts.
Synonym(s): endogenic
[endo- + G. -gen, production]

endogenous

(ĕn-dŏj′ə-nəs)
adj.
1. Originating internally.
2. Originating or produced within an organism, tissue, or cell: endogenous hormones.

en·dog′e·nous·ly adv.
en·dog′e·ny n.

endogenous

adjective Referring to or coming from within—e.g., a cell, tissue or organism.

en·dog·e·nous

, endogenic (en-doj'ĕ-nŭs, endō-jenik)
Originating or produced within the organism or one of its parts.
[endo- + G. -gen, production]

endogenous

Occurring without an obvious cause external to the body, and believed to result from an internal cause. A person depressed by a succession of calamities is said to have exogenous depression. In the absence of external causes, depression is said to be endogenous.

endogenous

(of growth or production) from within the body, for example, the development of new roots from the PERICYCLE of the old ROOT. Compare EXOGENOUS.

en·dog·e·nous

, endogenic (en-doj'ĕ-nŭs, endō-jenik )
Originating or produced within the organism or one of its parts.
[endo- + G. -gen, production]
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Endogenous secretions origination: Endogenous secretions originate from digestive secretions sources like bile, saliva, gastric, intestinal, and pancreatic secretions, epithelial intestinal cells and mucoprotein (De Lange et al.
We detected protein expression of AAT1 and AAT2 in cardiac fibroblasts and also detected the generation of SO[sub]2 in the cell supernatant, suggesting that there was an endogenous SO[sub]2/AAT pathway in cardiac fibroblasts.
(1992) argue that the explicit inclusion of human capital in a neoclassical model may explain some of the phenomena, such as long-lasting differences in growth rates, which were considered to require endogenous growth models.
Endogenous levels of heparin inhibit detection of miRNAs by RT-qPCR.
(c) the independent (explanatory) variables that potentially might explain variation in the dependent variable, are a set of 27 measures derived from census data that relate to factors and processes that regional scientists have been suggesting might influence endogenous regional performance, plus five locational variables.
All four commercially available sarcoma cell lines had endogenous SCE levels that were well above the expected normal range of 6-8, with median SCE counts of 15-31 per 2n metaphase spread (Table 1).
In summary, we suggest that these outstanding original research articles and reviews may promote better understanding of exogenous and endogenous stem cell-mediated skeletal regeneration and hope the readers of this special issue will gain more insights into the advancements and challenges faced by this rapidly expanding field of medicine.
After a single infection, an endogenous retrovirus may build up hundreds of copies of itself in its host's DNA.
Since aging and age-associated health problems are linked to a gradual decline in the body's endogenous antioxidant system, increasing your intake of exogenous antioxidants from dietary sources as you age is one important way to ensure that you remain sharp and active.
The first group consists of countries in which the hypothesis of an endogenous character of the money supply is rejected.
It has been demonstrated that fruit set and early development are mainly induced by endogenous hormones produced in the ovaries, such as auxins and gibberellins (GAs), which have been described in the ovaries of pollinated or parthenocarpic fruits [5], or the exogenous application of hormones to unpollinated ovaries [6-7].
Endogenous endophthalmitis is an ophthalmic emergency that can have severe sight-threatening complications and generally accounts for 2%-18.5% of all reported endophthalmitis cases [1-6].