Stellation


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Stel`la´tion


n.1.Radiation of light.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Cunningham, "Thrombin receptor activation stimulates astrocyte proliferation and reversal of stellation by distinct pathways: involvement of tyrosine phosphorylation," Journal of Neurochemistry, vol.
Hanta'i, "Thrombin-induced reversal of astrocyte stellation is mediated by activation of protein kinase C [beta]-1," European Journal of Biochemistry, vol.
Chiang, "L-glutamate activates RhoA GTPase leading to suppression of astrocyte stellation," European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Molina et al., "PKCe induces astrocyte stellation by modulating multiple cytoskeletal proteins and interacting with Rho a signalling pathways: implications for neuroinflammation," European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Cell lawn detachment may represent a manifestation of natural morphological processes, such as cell migration or astrocyte stellation. Reversal of the stellate phenotype by thrombin or changes in astrocyte morphology described for tPA may utilize the same cellular pathway, since both are regulated by ROCK [15, 36].
GFAP-deficient astrocytes are capable of stellation in vitro when cocultured with neurons and exhibit a reduced amount of intermediate filaments and an increased cell saturation density.
Job analysis results are often used to make decisions about the most efficient and effective con stellation of jobs to accomplish work (Fritz & Cheeseman, 1994).
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The use of CubeSat con stellations positioned for the right coverage at the right time through novel methods and miniaturization of specific payload-sensing technology can produce these effects.
Turcica (Perrinia) morrisoni Ladd, 1966 from the Miocene and Recent of the Marshall Islands is more depressed, has a more granular sculpture and fewer, stronger peripheral stellations.
Of all the spring con stellations now spread across most of the southern and eastern sky, only three might be called conspicuous: Leo, Corvus, and probably Bootes.