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path·way

 (păth′wā′, päth′-)
n.
1. A path.
2. Physiology
a. A course usually followed by a body part or process.
b. A chain of nerve fibers along which impulses normally travel.
c. A sequence of enzymatic or other reactions by which one biological material is converted to another.
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pathway

(ˈpɑːθˌweɪ)
n
1. another word for path1, path2
2. a route to or way of access to; way of reaching or achieving something
3. (Education) courses taken by a student to gain entry to a higher course or towards a final qualification
4. (Biochemistry) biochem a chain of reactions associated with a particular metabolic process
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path•way

(ˈpæθˌweɪ, ˈpɑθ-)

n.
1. a path, course, route, or way.
2. a sequence of reactions, usu. controlled and catalyzed by enzymes, by which one organic substance is converted to another.
[1530–40]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pathway - a bundle of myelinated nerve fibers following a path through the brainpathway - a bundle of myelinated nerve fibers following a path through the brain
optic radiation, radiatio optica - a nerve pathway from the lateral geniculate body to the visual cortex
commissure - a bundle of nerve fibers passing from one side to the other of the brain or spinal cord
cerebral peduncle, peduncle - a bundle of myelinated neurons joining different parts of the brain
substantia alba, white matter - whitish nervous tissue of the CNS consisting of neurons and their myelin sheaths
2.pathway - a trodden pathpathway - a trodden path      
path - a way especially designed for a particular use
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Translations
طَريق، مَسار
stezka
sti
gyalogösvény
gangstígur, slóî
patikayaya yolu

pathway

[ˈpɑːθweɪ] Ncamino m, sendero m = path A1
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pathway

[ˈpɑːθweɪ] n
(= track) (for pedestrians)chemin m, sentier m; (from gate to house)allée f
(fig)
The course offers students a pathway to employment → Ce stage offre aux étudiants un moyen d'entrer dans la vie active.
the pathway to success → la voie de la réussite
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pathway

[ˈpɑːθˌweɪ] nsentiero, viottolo
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path

(paːθ) plural paths (paːðz) noun
1. a way made across the ground by the passing of people or animals. There is a path through the fields; a mountain path.
2. (any place on) the line along which someone or something is moving. She stood right in the path of the bus.
ˈpathway noun
a path.
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path·way

n. curso, comunicación; senda.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
There is also a theory about the inhibition of COX-2 deviating from the arachidonic acid cascade from lipoxygenase pathway that negatively affects bone healing [43].
Makar et al., "Genetic variation in the lipoxygenase pathway and risk of colorectal neoplasia," Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer, vol.
Furthermore, they are inhibitors of neutrophil granulocyte chemotaxis and phagocytosis by blocking the lipoxygenase pathway. They also decrease leukotriene production by leucocytes, stopping its proinflammatory role.
The key finding of our paper is that in utero exposure to [PM.sub.2.5] during pregnancy is associated with levels of free circulating oxylipins in cord blood plasma, particularly oxylipins from the lipoxygenase pathway (5-LOX and 12/15-LOX).