differential modulation

differential modulation

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl ‚mäj·ə′lā·shən]
(communications)
Modulation in which the choice of the significant condition for any signal element is dependent on the choice for the previous signal element.
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Interestingly, we detected a differential modulation of brain miR-122 expression level after 4 weeks of high-salt dietary regimen, before stroke occurrence, in the SHRSP as compared to the SHRSR strain.
Marchitti et al., "Differential modulation of uncoupling protein 2 in kidneys of stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats under high-salt/low-potassium diet," Hypertension, vol.
Through different statistical strategies we were able to disentangle some aspects of the emotional processing and also to detect differential modulation within brain structures implicated in both facial and emotional processing.
Differential modulation formats are particularly attractive because an absolute reference isn't required: The previous pulse becomes the reference for the current one.
In parallel with the differential modulation of the production of Ig[G.sub.2a] and IgE, treatment of OVA-sensitized mice with silibinin markedly increased and decreased the production of IFN-[gamma] and IL-4, respectively, by splenocytes cultured in the presence of OVA.
Silymarin mediated differential modulation of toxicity induced by carbon tetrachloride, paracetamol and D-galactosamine in freshly isolated rat hepatocytes.
Our observations highlight differential modulation of ionization efficacy of a target analyte and a respective internal standard compound by matrix constituents as an important potential source of error in LC-MS/MS methods in which the internal standard is a homologous compound instead of a stable isotope-labeled compound.
Differential modulation of organophosphate-sensitive muscarinic receptor subtypes in rat brain by parathion and chlorpyrifos.
Differential modulation of catecholamines by chlorotriazine herbicides in pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells in vitro.
Depending on the application, these can include carrier, baseband filtering, differential modulation, channel coding, and all the implemented protocol layers.
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