interorgan

interorgan

(ˌɪntərˈɔːɡən)
adj
(Medicine) med occurring or existing between organs
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It is now well known that microRNAs can be secreted by virtually every cell type and deploy important functions in cell-cell and interorgan communication, being found in most of the extracellular fluids through the associations with several circulating components including Argonaute proteins, HDL particles, microvesicles, and exosomes.
Skeletal Muscle Regulates Metabolism via Interorgan Crosstalk: Roles in Health and Disease.
From Lipid Metabolism to Interorgan Communication in ALS: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
[26] performed multiobject segmentation using probabilistic atlases that combines interorgan spatial and intensity a priori models.
Rodriguez-Manas, "Skeletal muscle regulates metabolism via interorgan crosstalk: roles in health and disease," Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, vol.
Renal metabolism of amino acids: its role in interorgan amino acid exchange.
Interorgan mobilization of energy reserves and other metabolites includes their transport via the hemolymph.
Renal ischemia, one of the major causes of AKI, has been intensely linked with damage in various organs through the interorgan interactions involving the kidney by several chemokines [9].
Indeed, the metabolism of TCE is complex, with multiple metabolizing tissues and interorgan transport, and toxicity is largely attributed to metabolites rather than the parent compound.
Upon the Court's commencement of operations, its principals (namely, the President, the Prosecutor, and the Registrar) had the challenging task of first drafting and then adopting the major administrative legislation containing guidelines of common interorgan importance such as the Staff
In contrast to vascular plants relying on a specialized system of interorgan water transfer, bryophytes are mostly poikilohydric plants with water content dependence on environmental conditions (Glime, 2007).