depolarisation


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Related to depolarisation: repolarisation
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Noun1.depolarisation - a loss of polarity or polarization
change - the result of alteration or modification; "there were marked changes in the lining of the lungs"; "there had been no change in the mountains"
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This process, known as spreading depolarisation or spreading depression, is marked by hyperactivity in the neurons, followed by a sudden silence.
The EarthCARE payload comprises four instruments: a cloud profiling radar (CPR) with Doppler capability operating at 94GHz a cloud-aerosol lidar (ATLID) operating at 355nm with a high spectral resolution receiver to separate molecular from particle back-scatter plus a depolarisation channel a multi-spectral imager (MSI) with channels in the visible to thermal infrared and a broad-band radiometer (BBR).
Psaki said the US condemns all violence and calls on all parties to exercise restraint, move towards an inclusive political process, and focus on depolarisation.
Grayanotoxin is a neurotoxin that binds to the sodium channels in the cell membrane, maintaining them in an open state and prolonging depolarisation.
The archaeal digoxin produces sodium potassium ATPase inhibition, a paroxysmal depolarisation shift in the neuronal membrane and generates an electromagnetic field of 10-7 Hz oscillation.
Objective: Propagation of depolarisation and repolarisation in myocardium results from an interplay of membrane potential, transmembrane current, and intercellular current.
With the depolarisation debate creating a frenzy of IFA takeovers, sales, mergers and partial equity stakes, a new website - forsalesold.
It was widely predicted that depolarisation would allow the big battalions - banks and building societies - to grab a big chunk of business from financial advisors.