differential effects

differential effects

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl i′feks]
(mechanics)
The effects upon the elements of the trajectory due to variations from standard conditions.
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They believe that chronic exercise, unlike a single bout of exercise, may be imparting the sex specific differences in body weight control through differential effects on hypothalamic inflammation, rather than by acutely altering local concentrations of IL-6.
The results also suggest that the financial regulations have significant differential effects on the profit efficiency and financial soundness of banks across bank size.
Dark triad traits are linked to the pursuit of short-term mating strategies, but they may have differential effects on actual mating success in naturalistic scenarios," Emanuel Jauk, corresponding author of the study, told (http://www.
Finally, ethanol treatment had differential effects on various G-proteins in cells expressing only D2S or D2L, eliciting a marked increase in Gs expression and a decrease in Gi3 expression in D2S cells but a moderate increase in Gs and marked increase in Gi3 expression in D2L (Sengupta and Sarkar 2012).
The combination of expansionary economic conditions following the crisis of the seventeenth century and political changes wrought by the War of Succession had differential effects in growth in the various historical regions.
The differential effects of caffeine on behavior and cognition are thought to depend on its specificity for different receptor types (10).
Differential effects of oral hypoglycemic agents on glucose control and cardiovascular risk.
This finding suggests that the 80th percentile is a sensible asset cutoff point for identifying differential effects of the program.
Maureen Were contributed an article titled, Differential effects of trade on economic growth and investment: A cross-country empirical investigation while Michael Olabisi and Howard Stein authored another one titled, Sovereign bond issues: Do African countries pay more to borrow?
Oxford University's Connor Emdin said the allocation of resources for its prevention and treatment "should also consider differential effects of AF by sex".
Notably, products containing DHA can raise low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) levels, but the EPA-only product does not (8,10-13); due to differential effects on LDL-C, the prescribing information for DHA-containing products, but not icosapent ethyl, includes a warning that LDL-C levels may rise during treatment and should be monitored.
The researchers hypothesized that the differential effects of FGAs and SGAs might be attributable to the neurotoxicity of typical FGAs and the neuroprotective effect of atypical SGAs.

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