restimulation

restimulation

(ˌriːˌstɪmjʊˈleɪʃən)
n
1. the act or process of stimulating again; reactivation
2. (Other Non-Christian Religions) (in Scientology) the act or process of retrieving, unlocking, or awakening a memory from, for example, previous lives
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There are sliding sleeve systems with a constant internal diameter, and a ball and collet can be reinstalled at a later date for refracking and restimulation.
We suggest restimulation of an ecological metaphor, one that embraces diversity and offers inclusivity by fostering opportunities for exploring the complexity of social interactions as well as recognising its importance in meaning-making and decision-making.
Act Resilient is based on the concept of neural plasticity which explores the idea that with the right restimulation, a traumatized brain can begin to heal.
But all that mental stimulation doesn't just lodge benignly in the mind; it craves repetition and restimulation (recall the dopamine reward system), and in some, becomes a truly addictive cycle.
Enhanced IL-10 production by TLR4- and TLR2-primed dendritic cells upon TLR restimulation.
The supernatants from this restimulation assay were analyzed for IL-10 and TGF-[beta]1.
The recent international academic debate on the nature of Malay identity, in case it is in need of restimulation, would do well to focus on the dynamics of cases of accommodation, or continued attachment, to local cultural norms and identities even as populations were being recruited into "Malayness" and calling their states Kerajaan.
Synergistic interaction between interleukin 4 and anti-Bp50 (CDw40) revealed in a novel B cell m restimulation assay.
There could be greater potential for activation, restimulation, and strengthening of these networks with practice or review of the information through multi-sensory learning, resulting in increased network efficiency for memory storage and retrieval.
It is reasonable to postulate that restimulation of GABA-A receptors might not be sufficient to counteract severe loss of GABA-B tone from GHB withdrawal, and that olanzapine, by blocking serotonin 2 receptors, might have more effectively improved our patient's psychotic delirium.
In this present article, we demonstrate three important consequences of PRN exposure on the in vitro parameters of CTL activation and their functional activity as effectors of cell-mediated immunity: a) antigen presentation to CTLs is not impaired, b) the functional lytic activity of primary (1[degrees]) CTLs is only marginally impaired, and c) upon restimulation of 1[degrees] CTLs in the absence of PRN, the secondary (2[degrees]) CTL response is completely abrogated.