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resynthesis

the production of a substance that has previously been broken down.
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Effect of ribose supplementation on resynthesis of adenine nucleotides after intense intermittent training in humans.
Performing on-board beam pattern synthesis or real-time antenna pattern resynthesis maybe necessary in some instances due to the failure of array elements in the next generation SAR satellite.
This is in agreement with previous studies that showed that HSL knockout mice had lower weight gains and adiposity, likely due to compensatory decrease in the reesterification of fatty acids that results in decreased resynthesis of TAG and increased liberation of fatty acids to the vasculature [27].
Increased comet tails indicated the induction of DSBs through excision followed by resynthesis and ligation of fragments.
The mechanism of MMR involves at least three different processes: recognition, excision, and resynthesis. Recognition of single base replication errors is performed by the MutS[alpha] (MSH2-MSH6 heteroduplex) or MutS[beta] (MSH2-MSH3 heteroduplex), excision of the lagging strand from the mismatch by one of the MutL complexes (mainly MutL[alpha] formed by MLH1/PMS2) recruited by MutS protein, and resynthesis of the excised-DNA and ligation by DNA polymerase delta and DNA ligase I [31].
The elevated expression of NAMPT gene promotes tumorigenesis through constant NAD resynthesis to provide adequate energy for rapidly proliferating cancer cells [9].
Speech enhancement with inventory style speech resynthesis. IEEE T.
Current studies show that creatine saturation 20 g/day for 5-7 days also promoted increase in muscle creatine concentrations, and since then started to investigate the effect of supplementation since the resynthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) could elevate the physical and sport performance.
In 1996 in an article by Hugh Davies on the history of sampling that concentrated on its classical and avant-garde uses and had nothing about the then-current upsurge in sampling by hip-hop artists, Davies wrote that: "Since the late 1970s the term 'sampling' has been applied in music to the method by which special musical instruments digitally 'record' external sounds for subsequent resynthesis." (1) Davies was thinking primarily of the development of technologies that have enabled sounds to be reproduced and inserted into newly composed pieces of music.
Depletion of inositol may desensitize PtdIns by slowing down the resynthesis of precursors, as proposed by some authors [60].
Neutral upright sagital spinal alignment from the occiput to the pelvis in asymptomatic adults: a review and resynthesis of the litterature.
Glottal pulses can be also used in music, for instance the speech (sing) resynthesis [4].