re-express

re-express

(ˌriːɪkˈsprɛs)
vb (tr)
to express again or in a different way
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OpenText provides the core enterprise infrastructure, key platform components and capabilities supporting the DAM ecosystem with the efficiencies of 'create-once, use-many' to repurpose, re-express, reuse, and re-create.
Furthermore, we have found that TC21 is required for the acquisition of pMHC by T cells from the APCs and re-express it on their own plasma membrane, becoming themselves APCs for other T cells.
Furthermore, it is possible to re-express complex decision trees as small sets of rules that outperform the original trees when classifying a new dataset is required [8].
According to the Rapoport rules, to compose a successful (and gentle) critical commentary one must (1) "attempt to re-express your target's position so clearly, vividly, and fairly that your target says, 'Thanks, I wish I'd thought of putting it that way'"; (2) emphasize any points of agreement with her opponent, "especially if they are not matters of general or widespread agreement"; (3) mention what she has learned from her opponent's ideas; and (4) finally criticize the idea, expressing her disagreements.
These results provide the evidence that DNC can induce DNA hypomethylation in part via up-regulation of epi-miRs, subsequently re-express silenced tumor suppressor genes including MEG3, and on the other hand DNC suppresses oncogenes including HOTAIR, targeting the histone modifying complexes, in HCC cells.
But to the diligent reader there is a glimpse in this work of what might open up to those willing to re-configure and re-express the prevailing domains of political theology.
Fecundity, the will to re-express Time and again how something can
Using the spectral decomposition of the matrix [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], we can re-express problem 3 as follows
Using Cre-Lox technology we were able to genetically and selectively re-express leptin receptors only in the POMC neurons.
Merton was a careful and insightful reader of monastic and mystical literature, and had the rare ability to digest the main themes of any text and re-express them clearly, succinctly, and intelligently.
It is impossible to translate without chewing on the meaning behind the words and then struggling awkwardly to re-express those concepts in a different language.
Once the keratinocytes or melanocytes have been transformed they re-express FasL which may allow the expanding tumor to evade the attack of immune effector cells.