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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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Our findings demonstrate that endogenous electrical potentials of injured skin play an active role in healing and correlate with WSA.
USDA-ARS scientists wanted to compare endogenous and secondary aldehyde production in cantaloupe, honeydew, mango and watermelon by sampling unprocessed tissue and fruit blended under various protocols.
Specifically, bipolar II depression appeared to have a less endogenous quality.
Now, introducing the notion that endogenous processes can modulate attention capture implies that we can be more or less sensitive to this difference between predicted and observed events.
At baseline, factors associated with low levels of endogenous estrogen included being at least 55 years old, having a low body mass index (BMI), and smoking.
The demand will then be for endogenous returns that come from creating real world value.
1750 also marks a drop in the sex ratio among endogenous deaths.
The most recent and most severe critiques of endogenous theory are empirical in nature and stem from the unit root debates which contrast trend stationary (TS) and difference stationary (DS) models.
Once retroviruses become inherited stowaways, scientists refer to them as endogenous retroviruses.
The secondary goal is to identify whether there is an endogenous relationship between the exchange rate regime and the money supply.
M2 PHARMA-March 28, 2017-Millendo Therapeutics Launches Phase 2 Clinical Trial of ATR-101 in Patients with Endogenous Cushing's Syndrome
Summary: Fruit set and early development depends on endogenous hormone levels and gene expression related to fruit growth and development in cucumber (Cucumis sativus).