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endogenous

Biology developing or originating within an organism or part of an organism

endogenous

[en′däj·ə·nəs]
(biochemistry)
Relating to the metabolism of nitrogenous tissue elements.
(geology)
(medicine)
Pertaining to diseases resulting from internal causes.
(psychology)
Pertaining to mental disorders caused by hereditary or constitutional factors.
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A paper in the journal ACS Chemical Biology explains how the Promega HiBiT Protein Tagging System can be combined with CRISPR-Cas9-mediated gene editing to tag endogenous proteins and simplify their study under natural expression conditions.
Several studies have been conducted on broiler chicken and turkey poults with various methods of endogenous losses of amino acids (EAAL) estimation at different weeks of age (Ravindran et al., 2004; Ravindran and Hendriks, 2004; Adedokun et al., 2007b).
"In short, endogenous mediators of fever redirect metabolic substrates and energy to the immune system during fever.
In the present study, we attempted to demonstrate the existence of endogenous SO[sub]2/AAT pathway in the myocardial fibroblasts.
According to Dornbusch & Fischer (1995), endogenous growth models try to determine the growth rate by itself; i.e., by keeping back benefits obtained from development in the same production function through externalities.
What's less clear is the role of testosterone in cardiovascular risk and event incidence, both by itself and in relation to other endogenous hormones.
Inhibition of RTqPCR by high levels of exogenous heparin was widely known, and we now show that even low levels of endogenous heparin (within physiological range) interfere with the measurement of miRNAs by RTqPCR.
That approach proposed by Stimson and Stough [with Salazar] (2009) has been adopted in several studies investigating the endogenous economic performance of regions across Australia over successive inter-census decadal periods (see Stimson, 2012; Stimson, Robson and Shyy, 2009a; 2009b; 2011; Stimson, Mitchell, Rohde and Shyy, 2011), and it is continued in this paper for the decade 2001-2011.
In this study, we assessed endogenous genomic DNA damage/repair in a cohort of primary STS cell lines representing a range of subtypes.
To overcome the challenges, cell-free strategies attempt to reconstruct the damaged tissue by recruiting endogenous stem cells.
At first, endogenous retroviruses coax cells to make more retroviruses that can infect other cells.