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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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Today's hyperpolarized partisanship presents ever-increasing stress on this doctrinal vulnerability, especially in redistricting.
Chemists summarize their own research and related research regarding hyperpolarized 129xenon nuclear magnetic resonance.
In normal physiology, zona glomerulosa cells are typically hyperpolarized because of predominant potassium conductance, primarily mediated by K+ channels (A).
See ABRAMOWITZ, supra note 260, at 18-19 (discussing the high level of political involvement by Americans even in a hyperpolarized political society).
For the present study, we defined "antagonist compounds" as compounds that depolarized the mitochondria (decreased the MMP; showed inhibitory curves), and agonist compounds as those compounds that hyperpolarized the mitochondria (increased the MMP; showed activation curves).
The variable field capability allows us to carry out hyperpolarized 13C MRI research at fields which are optimal for individual tracers.
suggested "cures" for our world of hyperpolarized political
The findings indicated that curcumin acidified sperm intracellularly and hyperpolarized cell membrane of both human and mouse sperm.
In writing that today's constitutional politics reflects a "constitutionally mandated dysfunction," Bodenhamer may overlook the particularly hyperpolarized party system we now have (113).
channels by LAs, which keep the cell hyperpolarized, a synergistic effect would occur, resulting in nerve conduction impairment.
During tDCS, the cortical areas close to the anode are hypopolarized, and those close to the cathode are hyperpolarized, leading to an increase or a decrease, respectively, in cortical excitability).
GluCls were first identified in arthropods as extra-junctional glutamate receptors (H-receptors) that hyperpolarized the membrane potential of locust (S.