hyperpolarize

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Related to hyperpolarized: hyperpolarized helium, depolarized

hy·per·po·lar·ize

 (hī′pər-pō′lə-rīz′)
tr.v. hy·per·po·lar·ized, hy·per·po·lar·iz·ing, hy·per·po·lar·iz·es
To cause an increase in polarity, as across a biological membrane.

hyperpolarize

(ˌhaɪpəˈpəʊləˌraɪz) or

hyperpolarise

vb (tr)
(Biology) biology physics to cause increased polarization
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It would be naive in this hyperpolarized political climate to expect the type of bipartisanship and compromise that led to the successful passage of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, which was an imperfect bill, but one that followed the protocols of a healthy and democratic legislative process.
Discouraged by Vieth, courts addressing the hyperpolarized party politics of today, with its aggressive tribal partisanship, lack a clearly declared constitutional principle from which to draw doctrinal support.
This shows that the analgesic effect of peripheral perineural dexmedetomidine was caused by enhancement of the hyperpolarization-activated cation current, which prevents the nerve from returning from a hyperpolarized state to resting membrane potential for subsequent firing.
anticipated neither the vast demands of modern governance nor the rise of today's hyperpolarized parties.
Objective: Dynamic metabolic imaging with hyperpolarized substrates is a new and unique non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging tool.
If the nerve fiber is hyperpolarized, it is difficult to achieve the threshold level and it can cause nerve conduction block.
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But Obama starts from the perspective that in today's hyperpolarized Washington, such a broad consensus is impossible.
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