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me·di·ate

(mē'dē-āt),
1. Situated between; intermediate.
2. To effect something by means of an intermediary substance, as in complement-mediated phagocytosis.
[L. mediatus, fr. medio, pp. -atus, to divide in the middle]

mediate

verb
(1) To act as the agent for a process.
(2) To intervene on behalf of another.

me·di·ate

(mēdē-ăt, -āt)
1. Situated between; intermediate.
2. To effect something by means of an intermediary substance, as in complement-mediated phagocytosis.
[L. mediatus, fr. medio, pp. -atus, to divide in the middle]
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Lindorfer et al., "Loss of CD20 and bound CD20 antibody from opsonized B cells occurs more rapidly because of trogocytosis mediated by Fc receptor-expressing effector cells than direct internalization by the B cells," The Journal of Immunology, vol.
Results: We found that PA infection of alveolar epithelial type II (AEC II) cells triggered TLR2 mediated Lyn activation within lipid raft domains.
HIV-1 gp120 and chemokine activation of pyk2 and mitogen-activated protein kinases in primary macrophages mediated by calcium-dependent, pertussis toxin-insensitive chemokine receptor signaling.
A mediated public relations course must start from the well-documented assumption that the student-indeed, most citizens-have a limited understanding of technology.
Helpfully, the Chief Counsel's procedures suggest that the parties enter a stipulation regarding the case to enable the court to continue to supervise the [proceedings..sup.13] The procedures also suggest that if the case has already been placed on the calendar, the parties file a joint motion for a continuance from the trial [session..sup.14] In our mediated case, District Counsel joined in a motion to remove the case from the trial calendar to permit the mediation.
She was valued by the bride-takers essentially because she mediated the social status of her bride-giving group to the bride-taking one.
At a minimum, the agreement should identify the participants, the mediator or co-mediators (or the procedure to be used to select a mediator), which party bears the cost of the mediator, the issues to be mediated, the materials to be submitted to the mediator and a proposed schedule and place for the mediation.
To cite one recurring example, I would return to Barbour's claim that Greene, Nashe, and Dekker, in their prose-related interests, "mediated some of their culture's ultimate concerns" (14).
Turkey mediated four rounds of talks between Syria and Israel last year, but suspended them when the Jewish state began its 22-day onslaught on the Gaza Strip in January.
Handbook of research on computer mediated communication; 2v.
Collaborative strategic reading as a means to enhance peer- mediated instruction for reading comprehension and content-area learning.
Because of their potential for broadening vaccine-mediated protection in humans, they have been studied extensively in animals and found to be mediated predominantly by virus-specific memory T cells (6,7), antibodies (8-10), or a combination of both (11-13).