repolarize


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repolarize

(rē-pō′lə-rīz′)
intr.v. repolar·ized, repolar·izing, repolar·izes
To return to a polarized state; undergo repolarization.
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Hence, alterations in gene expression of cardiac potassium and calcium channels may dramatically affect the capability of a cardiac myocyte to repolarize.
If he is allowed to reemerge after the departure of international forces, he would instantly repolarize Bosnia and unravel all the hard-won advances toward reform and reconciliation.
A cell will remain refractory until it is able to repolarize, recognize, and respond to another depolarizing force.
1987; Ridge, 1992) suggest that rhizobia are able to repolarize the microtubules and vesicle delivery system toward the invasion site.
The QT interval represents the amount of time the heart's electrical system takes to repolarize, or recharge, after each beat.
12,14,24,25) The QT interval represents the total time needed for the ventricles to depolarize and repolarize.
When the balloons parted ways, they would repolarize in the electrical field around them.
This antagonism could be important to allow the neuron to correctly repolarize its microtubules before growing the new axon, the researchers said.
Maron theorized that sudden death can occur when the chest wall is struck during a vulnerable interval - just over 1/100th of a second - during which the heart repolarizes electrically in preparation for the next contraction, or heartbeat.
Human Ether-a-go-go Related Gene (hERG gene) (KCNH2) is an encoder of the potassium ion channel that repolarizes IKr current in the heart.