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adj. Slang
Variant of hip2.
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adj, hepper or heppest
slang an earlier word for hip4


(Pathology) short for hepatitis
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adj. Older Slang.
[1905–10, Amer.]


(hʌt, hʌp, hɛp)

one (used in counting cadence while marching).
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hep - informed about the latest trends
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
informed - having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer"
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Kulesa, "Dynamic interactions between cancer cells and the embryonic microenvironment regulate cell invasion and reveal EphB6 as a metastasis suppressor," Molecular Cancer Research, vol.
However, EBV is associated with epigenetic changes of apoptosis (DAPK, BNIP3, FAM3B HRK, IL15RA, MINT31, p16, p73, PTEN, and RASSF1A), cell cycle regulation (APC, p15, p16, p57, and p73), cell proliferation (E-Cadherin, HRASLS, IL15RA, MINT31, NKX3.1, RUNX3, TIMP2, and TIMP3), cell signalling (14-3-3 Sigma, CSPG2, MINT1, MINT2, and PLXND1), cell adhesion (EPHB6, FLNC, FSD, REC8, and CSPG2), migration (EPHB6), interaction (MDGA2, THBS1), DNA repair (HMLH1, MGMT), and many other epigenetic changes (BCL7A, BLU, CHFR, CXXC4, GSTP1, HLTF, HOXA10, IHH, MARK1, MINT25, PAX5-[beta],SCARF2, SSTR1, THBD, and WNT5A) [17, 40,190,191,194, 204-211].
Three studies [21, 22, 33] reported significant effects of G-Rg1 for decreasing the expression of erythropoietin-producing hepatocellular cell line such as EphA4, EphB6, and EphB1 compared with the control group in the SNpc (P < 0.01 or P < 0.05).