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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RGN-137 is targeted to be the first approved product for EB treatment based on its multiple mechanisms of actions, such as promotion of wound healing, cell protection, cell migration, and tissue integrity.
RGN-137 is targeted to be the first approved product for EB treatment based on its multiple mechanisms of actions, including promotion of wound healing, cell protection, cell migration and tissue integrity.
"The livers in the mice that received antibiotics were protected against transplant damage, as well as rejection later on because the antibiotics modulated their host microbiomes, which in turn stimulated cell protection," Kupiec-Weglinski said.
Execution of West Side Cell Protection with an anchor casing made of glass epoxy alloys with a length of 2.2 m, installed in a force of ca.
PhytoCellTec[TM] Malus Domestica--apple stem cells for skin stem cell protection
Helen Dugdale, defending, argued mitigation for his guilty plea, his past compliance with court orders and because Scott-Michael would have to spend '24 hours a day' on his own in cell protection in prison.
("Inner Ear Hair Cell Protection in Mammals against the Noise-Induced Cochlear Damage") provide a brief review about the mechanisms involved in the HC loss after noise-induced trauma and discuss the recent HC protection strategies to prevent and recover hearing function in mammals after noise-induced damage.
The formula provides biological cell protection with Licochalcone A and Glycyrrhetinic Acid, which offer optimal anti-oxidative efficacy and DNA protection.
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.
Health experts say the variety contains more anthocyanin antioxidants and is rich in vitamin E, which boosts the immune system and cell protection; vitamin B; Niacin; Calcium; Magnesium; Iron; Zinc; and fiber.
In view of these data, the goal of this study was to investigate whether the JNK3 content is associated with beta cell protection achieved by the GLP1 mimetic exendin 4.