cell protection

cell protection

[′sel prə‚tek·shən]
(computer science)
A format applied to a cell or range of cells in a spreadsheet, or to the entire spreadsheet, that prevents the contents of the cells in question from being altered.
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The Electronic Cell Protection (ECP) system protects the lithium ion battery against overload, overheating and total discharge, and maximizes battery life.
These characteristics have resulted in producing films which can have various applications including imaging, flexible food packaging, electrical, solar cell protection, thermal sheets and pressure sensitive tapes.
These biomarkers were chosen for their role in cell protection and in cellular metabolism of xenobiotics.
According to the company, Careless activates the enzyme SIRT 1, the master sensor to detect dietary intake and to modulate metabolic processes promoting energy homeostasis and cell protection.
In order to maximize the therapeutic potential of cell protection and cell repair, it is important to understand the underlying mechanisms.
The crew cell protection level is higher than STANAG Level 3.
In October, Roche joined forces with venture capital firm Versant Ventures and biotech Inception Sciences to find molecules targeting ear hair cell protection and regeneration in the cochlea, the spiral-shaped cavity in the inner ear.
In response to stress stimuli, the body increases the expression of Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs), which plays a key role in cell protection.
Acai berries, along with blueberries and other acanthocyanin-containing fruits, help defend the body's immune system against stressors, and play a role in cell protection by neutralizing free radicals, which are harmful byproducts that can cause disease.
The research showed NKT cell protection against asthma could be induced by exposing baby suckling mice to a molecule from the stomach bug Helicobacter pylori.
The research also showed that NKT cell protection against asthma could be induced by exposing baby suckling mice to a molecule from the stomach bug Helicobacter pylori.
The topics include the basis and regulation of gut barrier function and epithelial cell protection and its application to the weaned pig, functional amino acids in swine nutrition and production, adjusting net energy in poultry diets, principles and applications of glucogenic nutrient feed evaluation for ruminants, and the nutritional manipulation of sub-acute ruminal acidosis in dairy cattle.