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cell breathing

The dynamic expansion and contraction of the footprint of a CDMA cell, which is based on the number of users connected at any given moment. Cell breathing is used to balance the load between neighboring cells. See CDMA.
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A series of studies performed by Courtney Jones and others in the Jordan lab showed that leukemia stem cells do not (or are perhaps unable) to switch from cellular respiration to glycolysis like more mature cancer cells.
In the present study, we found that picoxystrobin decreased MMP and inhibited cellular respiration by blocking mitochondrial electron transport at complex III.
Khuchua et al., "Control of cellular respiration in vivo by mitochondrial outer membrane and by creatine kinase.
The introductory unit covers the basic chemistry essential for life and integrated function in the cell including membranes, enzymes, and the processes of cellular respiration, photosynthesis, and cell division, with further units building on these concepts.
Its toxicity is attributed to the presence of a hepatotoxic terpenoid known as atractyloside, a powerful inhibitor of cellular respiration and ATP synthesis.
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"We decided to investigate a specific protein complex, called mitochondrial complex I, that critically determines the energy output of cellular respiration," study's first author, Antonio F.
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Quintessentially, Haimovician diurnal dynamics, are used to draw interesting inferences, from the simple fact that terrestrial organisms consume oxygen due to cellular respiration.
Therefore, CO poisoning interferes with cellular respiration, i.e., the body's ability to produce energy.
Because this process requires oxygen, it is called cellular respiration. The control of oxygen use and respiration is central to normal growth and development, affecting virtually all aspects of the metabolism of glucose, amino acids and fatty acids and the modulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that can damage cells (Lane 2006).
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