hyperproduction

hyperproduction

(ˌhaɪpəprəˈdʌkʃən)
n
an increased or excessive production or output
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It has been established that in the conditions of AR, an activation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal system with hyperproduction of glucocorticosteroids causing an increase in the body's emotional reactivity, an increase in stressogenicity and anxiety level that reaches a pathological level (7).
Because the pups of the mothers exposed to TCS during the gestation and lactation developed congenital hypothyroidism (Saki et al., 2014), these animals can present hyperproduction of ABP, causing an increase of the intratesticular testosterone levels, resulting in a raise of young and mature spermatids in the seminiferous epithelium of the animals.
Table 2 shows that among participating physicians, 64.7% correctly identified AH and gout as being different but related diagnoses; 84.6% chose the correct AH definition, 71.1% correctly identified urate hyperproduction, and 55.2% correctly identified decreased renal excretion as being possible mechanisms of hyperuricemia.
Variation in platelet size comprising of both small platelets and giant/ mega platelets is an indication of hyperproduction of platelets in bone marrow is calculated as PDW (Mean [+ or -] SD) %, PDW= (14.46 [+ or -] 1.68) %.
The AmpC beta-lactamase inhibitor cloxacillin has been included to differentiate between AmpC hyperproduction plus porin loss and carbapenemase production.
It must be clarified that this is not a permanent hyperproduction of superoxide, which can cause oxidative stress in the neuron.
As depicted by Reznikoff, his family's textile-work and his own text-work stand in opposition to modernity's shift "from guild to factory, from artisan work to industrial labor, from use value to exchange value" and their function within the industry and city is best understood as the "critique of the regime of technology and the culture of speed" by "creat[ing] slow space, a speed at odds with the imperative toward hyperproduction...
In our study, patients with CS who developed autoimmune diseases after successful treatment show higher levels of PC (at rest and after the dexamethasone suppression test) and 24h-UFC values compared to the group of patients without autoimmune diseases, suggesting a possible trigger to higher endogen cortisol hyperproduction by underlying autoimmune disease, especially in patients affected by ACTH-dependent CS (present in 33% in group B).
Lam, "Hyperproduction of IL-23 and IL-17 in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus: implications for Th17-mediated inflammation in auto-immunity," Clinical Immunology, vol.
Icariin decreased the inflammatory cells infiltrating the peribronchial tissues and mucus hyperproduction. This was associated with reduction in [CD4.sup.+][ROR[gamma]t.sup.+] T cells and increase in [CD4.sup.+][Foxp3.sup.+] T cells in bronchial-alveolar lavage fluid (BALF).
It has long been said that contemporary art is made from the residues of the semiotic hyperproduction that has turned culture into a giant flea market: Everything is a recycling of something that has been previously produced and abandoned, and is waiting to return to the sphere of circulation.