antiderivative

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antiderivative

[¦an·tē·di¦riv·əd·iv]
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(125) The anticlassification principle is also known as the "antidiscrimination" principle, see supra note 122; see also Paul Brest, supra note 122, at 1 (defining the antidiscrimination principle as "the general principle disfavoring classifications and other decisions and practices that depend on the race (or ethnic origin) [or other forbidden traits] of the parties affected"), or the "antidifferentiation" principle, see Sunstein, supra note 122, at 2439-40 (asserting that "[t]he anticaste principle was transformed into an antidifferentiation principle," shifting the focus from "the elimination of second-class citizenship" to "whether people who were similarly situated had been treated similarly").
Curcumin exerts antidifferentiation effect through AMPKalpha-PPAR-gamma in 3T3-L1 adipocytes and antiproliferatory effect through AMPKalpha-COX-2 in cancer cells.
1003, 1003 (1986) (advocating a move from antidifferentiation to antisubordination as the framework for equality law); Owen M.
1003, 1007-11 (1986) (arguing that the antisubordination perspective, rather than the antidifferentiation perspective, should be the standard of review in equal protection cases).
Could features of the calculus, differentiation of a function, and antidifferentiation, have anything to do with translation from dynamic to static and vice versa?
(Antidifferentiation can be considered as the reverse of differentiation.) To put it in very simple terms, our consciousness scales things down and then does "creative reassemblings."
into an antidifferentiation principle.[99] No longer was the issue the elimination of second-class citizenship.
The triumph of the antidifferentiation idea can be found in Washington v.