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hyperactive

abnormally active
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In conjunction, the collaboration combines both breakthrough technologies to develop next generations of specific and hyperactive off-the-shelf NK cells for allogeneic immuno-oncology therapies.
A big question is whether A-beta-targeting antibodies cause nerve cells to become hyperactive in people--which is not being asked in clinical trials.
The Hyperactive acquisition is part of Gravity Media Group's ongoing strategy to bring additional skills, expertise and services into the Group.
1) Explore consequences of hyperactive RNAi in vivo.
Among 16 patients with hyperactive delirium, 13 had complete resolution of delirium according to the DSM-IV-TR criteria, reported Dr.
The researcher said hyperactive TRPV1 causes the nerves to fire more frequently, sending additional pain signals to the brain.
U) MRS Bevans (Pam Jude vicious Ferris), headmistress of St Bernadette's primary school, is delighted when supply teacher Donald Peterson (David Tennant) takes charge of her hyperactive classroom assistant Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton).
Rather, awareness sessions are deemed more appropriate for the parents as ways for prevention, or health sessions to deal with hyperactive children if this is the case.
Nothing changed, but I was uncomfortable with two adventurous, hyperactive boys.
But she has now put her behaviour down to being hyperactive after drinking up to 15 cans of the energy drink each day.
After David Tennant's hyperactive, over-expressive eyes, we now have Matt Smith's hyperactive and over-expressive .