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    1. Together, these results confirm the dose- and time-dependent promigratory and proinvasive effect of IL–23.
    2. Furthermore, the promelanogenic effect of DMPB was evident in an in vivo guinea pig model (Fig 6).
    3. Functional studies [26 –28 ] also suggest a role as secretomotor neurons for the cholinergic subpopulation showing that ACh exhibits a strong prosecretory effect in the porcine gastrointestinal tract, including the proximal colon.
    4. The effect of the two VBFs on balance was studied through classical postural parameters and a subset of stabilogram diffusion coefficients.
    5. In human trophoblasts, 13-HODE was previously reported to increase human chorionic gonadotropin production but showed no effect on the differentiation markers syncitin, cyclin E or p27 [17 ].
    6. The systemical effect was also confirmed by observed toxicities in the chicken embryos (black necrotic claws, recognized as the hand-foot syndrome) 48 h after sunitinib application.
    7. The thermostabilizing effect of Ca 2+ binding to avian rNA was investigated by incubating the purified protein with increasing concentrations of Ca 2+ .
    8. Another study found that MSCs exert a tumouricidal effect on glioma cells in vitro and in vivo after transplantation into experimental tumours [ 8 ].
  • Exemples de effects
    1. These works thus corroborate the necessity for more complete studies on the micromolecular fractions of wasp venoms to identify and characterize the components responsible for these notorious antiepileptic effects.
    2. Vineyard owners, many of them in midharvest when the fire struck, have begun adding up the effects of heat and smoke, which can damage grape quality even if vines survive.
    3. With respect to the cytotoxic effects, compounds 2–7 fall into two groups: the alkyl esters ( 2, 3 ) and the mofetil ester 4 on one hand, and the basic heterocyclic esters 5–7 on the other hand.
    4. We have demonstrated that the immune response to polybacterial infection with 4 bacteria differs significantly from monobacterial infections, and highlights the importance of studying the effects of polybacterial infections.
    5. Then the inhibitory effects of the three compounds on monophenolase activity of tyrosinase were also determined.
    6. A random effects group analysis was performed on the basis of the multisubject approach of the general linear model.
    7. In upper limb rehabilitation, robot-mediated therapy has the potential to facilitate a high number of repetitions leading to neurorehabilitative effects.
  • Exemples de effected
    1. In the background is a matrix of her mixed cybergenetic kin, all resulting from different "racial" crosses effected by a computer program.
    2. An extrajudicial conveyance is effected by the act of the parties and does not involve, as in the fine and recovery, judicial proceedings.
    3. Slow though the process of selection may be, if feeble man can do much by artificial selection, I can see no limit to the amount of change, to the beauty and complexity of the coadaptations between all organic beings, one with another and with their physical conditions of life, which may have been effected in the long course of time through nature's power of selection, that is by the survival of the fittest.
    4. And the said house, and other things before-mentioned, to be made and done, to be in all other contrivitions, conveyances, fashions, thing and things effected, finished and done, according to the manner and fashion of the said house called the Globe - -.
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