thaliana , ULTRAPETALA1 (ULT1) which acts antagonistically
with KAN1 to pattern the adaxial-abaxial polarity axis but jointly to pattern the apical-basal axis restricting the expression domain of the SPATULA gene , and HDZIPIII transcription factors HAT and ATHB positively regulated by REV  were also found (Supplementary Table 2).
The strain showed a large halo in casein agar medium indicating it may act antagonistically
Neutrophils egress from bone marrow into the peripheral blood and are antagonistically
regulated by CXC chemokine receptor 2 (CXCR2) and CXCR4, both of which are expressed on neutrophils.[sup] CXCR2 promotes neutrophils' egress while CXCR4 plays a contrary role in this progress.[sup] In acute inflammation, G-CSF shifts this balance so that CXCR2 gains the upper hand.[sup] After released into circulation, neutrophils start their way to the site of infection.
And also, the authors argue that both groups have become the bearers of ideological and linguistic domination in Black neoliberal America, and are antagonistically
, converging the practical consciousness of the Black or African diaspora towards their respective social class language games to suggest that the socialization of other Black people in the diaspora ought to be examined against and within the dialectical backdrop of this class power dynamic and the cultural and religious heritages of the Black Americans responsible for this phenomenon or process of convergence, i.e., the "AfricanAmericanization" of the Black diaspora.
You had to be antagonistically
atheistic as to climate change.
In the hormone-balance model, ABA and GA simultaneously and antagonistically
regulate the onset, maintenance and termination of dormancy.
NR0B1 (DAX1) is known for its "antitestis" function; it acts antagonistically
to SRY, WT1, and SF1 and hence inhibits AMH (anti-Mullerian hormone) production.
This article sought to suggest that the differences between the three documents under review are not to be seen antagonistically
as mutually incompatible claims, but rather as distinct accents that can complement each other.
Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, imagined new politically (and antagonistically
) charged communities through forms of nostalgic longing.
Liz Tomlin attests to this division, suggesting that it requires young theatre-makers to "categorize themselves, for strategic development purposes, as either playwrights or non-text-based artists, reducing the potential for productive cross-pollination" (Tomlin 58), while a pair of reports commissioned to investigate the state of new writing in 2009 antagonistically
frame new work as a challenge or threat to writers (British Theatre Consortium; Dunton; Nelson & Shand).
While textual elements position non-dominant cultural identities antagonistically
with respect to 'Australia', repetition across segments rearticulates the hegemonic formation.