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hyperpolarize

(hī′pər-pō′lə-rīz′)
tr.v. hyperpolar·ized, hyperpolar·izing, hyperpolar·izes
To cause an increase in polarity, as across a biological membrane.
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It is also described that water-soluble polyol-methanofullerenes as soft protonophores because they can accept H+ ions only in hyperpolarized mitochondria and cannot penetrate normally polarized mitochondria.
The corresponding hyperpolarized [sup.13]C spectra from the same animal (Figure 2(b)) demonstrated the spatial distribution of high [sup.13]C-labeled lactate and pyruvate signals over the entire brainstem region.
Today's hyperpolarized partisanship presents ever-increasing stress on this doctrinal vulnerability, especially in redistricting.
reported that over-expression of microRNA-1 (miR-1, which is highly expressed in adult cardiomyocytes) in hESC-derived cardiomyocytes led to a more mature-like (more hyperpolarized) resting membrane potential associated with increased potassium currents, as well as more mature calcium transient kinetics [48].
Friesen-Waldner et al., "Detection of radiation-induced lung injury using hyperpolarized (13)C magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging," Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol.
At inspiration, the velocity magnitude at the inner-bottom side is higher than at the out-top side, which accords with previous CFD simulations [13, 21] and the data measured by hyperpolarized [sup.3]He magnetic resonance phase-contrast velocimetry [10].
However, 29% of the GI neurons were hyperpolarized, which differs from our results.
anticipated neither the vast demands of modern governance nor the rise of today's hyperpolarized parties." True.
When [K.sub.ATP] channels are kept open by [H.sub.2]S, the [beta] cell is hyperpolarized and insulin secretion is suppressed.
Proton and hyperpolarized helium magnetic resonance imaging of radiation-induced lung injury in rats.
Hyperpolarized Xenon-129 Magnetic Resonance: Concepts, Production, Techniques, and Applications