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modulate

[′mäj·ə‚lāt]
(electronics)
To vary the amplitude, frequency, or phase of a wave, or vary the velocity of the electrons in an electron beam in some characteristic manner.

modulate

To insert a data signal into a carrier wave or direct current. See modulation.
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In the rang 2[square root of 3] [less than or equal to] m [less than or equal to] 2, only one of the modulating waves is beyond the positive or the negative peak of the carrier in certain regions of the fundamental cycle, while two of the modulating waves are beyond the peaks of the carrier in other regions.
The market for aneurysm flow modulating devices is still in the embryonic stage with windows of opportunities opening for early entrants.
However, few companies are currently developing dedicated flow modulating devices with designs that take into consideration hemodynamic flow and endothelial growth dynamics.
Idera's TLR discovery and development programs are based on our ability to generate a broad range of novel TLR-targeted oligonucleotides, each with specific immune modulating characteristics", stated Sudhir Agrawal, D.
Researchers use tools developed by Genomatix to characterize and compare the effects of modulating target proteins in different subcellular locations.
In addition to offering safe and effective therapies for modulating lipid risk factors, Kos supports the American Heart Association on a national level through its web-based Cholesterol Heart Profilers, as well as local activities such as the Gala, American Heart Walk and women's luncheons.
It is likely that the therapeutic activity of AVR118 in EAE is due to the drug's modulating effects on cytokines and chemokines.
Xigris Improves Survival by Modulating the Sepsis Cascade To Improve Organ Function