Regenerate


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regenerate

[rē′jen·ə‚rāt]
(chemical engineering)
To clean of impurities and make reusable as in regeneration of a catalytic cracking catalyst by burning off carbon residue, regeneration of clay adsorbent by washing free of adherents, or regeneration of a filtration system by cleaning off the filter media.
(electronics)
To restore pulses to their original shape.
To restore stored information to its original form in a storage tube in order to counteract fading and disturbances.

Regenerate

To form, construct, or create anew.
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She also said the study results are "an important first step" in identifying the cellular processes that take place as newborn mammal hearts regenerate after an injury.
It also opens up the possibility of helping regenerate bone, said the study published in Nature Communications.
"He can only regenerate 12 times," Moffat said at a (http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2013-10-13/steven-moffat-on-doctor-who-regenerations-go-back-and-count-again-theres-something-youve-missed/) Radio Times event in October.
Adult stem cells may be able to regenerate in response to injury to tissue as part of a natural healing process.
This finding suggests a mechanism for why the gut cells expressing heart genes in sea anemones can turn into other kinds of cells, such as those needed to regenerate damaged body parts, Martindale said.
But this ability of heart muscle to regenerate is quickly lost in the following weeks as the animal ages and the cells are bathed in the oxygen-rich environment of the beating heart, causing damage to the cells.
A separate new study shows a molecular basis for the odd way that salamanders regenerate limbs.
Researchers in the US have taken the first steps towards developing composite materials that can regenerate when severely damaged.
A molecular mechanism needed to unleash the heart's ability to regenerate has been pinpointed.
The researchers will next seek to regenerate hair follicles using only human cells, according to the report.
APLAN to regenerate the North East coastline could create more than 1,000 jobs after it won Government funding.
The same cells that regenerate clipped fingernails can be used to regrow amputated fingertips, according to new research.