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quiescent

[kwē′es·ənt]
(electronics)
Pertaining to a circuit element which has no input signal, so that it does not perform its active function.
(engineering)
Pertaining to a body at rest, or inactive, such as an undisturbed liquid in a storage or process vessel.
(medicine)
Inactive, latent, or dormant, referring to a disease or pathological process.
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Proteostasis and stem cell quiescence maintenance: tracing proteostasis in quiescent stem cells from autophagy and chaperone-mediated autophagy (CMA) reporter mice during aging / impact of autophagy/CMA loss on quiescence and regeneration / molecular regulators of proteostasis.
There may be one quiescent cell for every 10 active intestinal stem cells.
For the last year or so, astronomers have suspected the sources were recently discovered, compact star-forming galaxies at that same epoch, with sizes and masses similar to the compact quiescent galaxies.
Low 120 [micro]A quiescent current that extends battery.
The molecular chains are oriented along the shear direction, and they will be more easily drawn from the reptation tube than in the case under quiescent conditions.
The new family provides customers with up to 98% quiescent power reduction, enabling lower cost cooling systems, smaller, less expensive enclosures and higher system reliability.
Quiescent drying process with low air velocity and magnetic coil orientation.
5 times the daily flow), letting the first tank behave like the baffled quiescent zone in a single tank.
As well, designers of industrial applications--such as portable sensor conditioning and instrumentation requiring low power, smaller form factors, temperature considerations and cost-management--can benefit from the optimized performance, low quiescent current and low operating voltage made possible by the MCP6V11/31 op amps.
The bq25120 is the industry's smallest and lowest-power battery management solution in the wearables market, requiring a no-load quiescent current of just 700 nA at 1.
Many tissues have two populations of stem cells: one that divides rarely, known as the quiescent stem cells, and another that is more prone to proliferate, known as primed stem cells.