cooperativity


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cooperativity

(kəʊˌɒpərəˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem chem an interaction between structural units within a molecule or between molecules in an assemblage that enables the system to respond more sharply to an external change than would isolated units
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Cross-bridge group ensembles describing cooperativity in thermodynamically consistent way.
Cooperativity measurements indicate that the strong-coupling regime should be achievable with this apparatus for cavity-mediated entanglement of arrays as short as 5 ions in length.
Glutathione peroxidase-catalase cooperativity is required for resistance to hydrogen peroxide by mature rat oligodendrocytes.
Initiation of hepatitis C virus infection is dependent on cholesterol and cooperativity between CD81 and scavenger receptor B type I.
1993) Vanilloid (capsaicin) receptor in the rat: positive cooperativity of resiniferatoxin binding and its modulation by reduction and oxidation.
Mouse oocytes regulate metabolic cooperativity between granulosa cells and oocytes: Amino acid transport.
Oocyte regulation of metabolic cooperativity between mouse cumulus cells and oocytes: BMP-15 and GDF9 control cholesterol biosynthesis in cumulus cells.
Cooperativity between Sertoli cells and testicular peritubular cells in the production and deposition of extracellular matrix components.
As expected, increasing temperatures and strains gradually narrow the spectra, and also shift them to shorter times and slightly lower average cooperativity levels, as measured by the calculated values of the average cluster sizes, [n.
Molecular genetic analysis of transposase-end DNA sequence recognition: cooperativity of three adjacent base-pairs in specific interaction with a mutant Tn5 transposase.
Interestingly, an alternative model for metastasis involving tumor cell cooperativity has been postulated.
Cooperativity of RUNX1 and CSF3R mutations in severe congenital neutropenia: a unique pathway in myeloid leukemogenesis.