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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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 13, 2019-: Innovation in Refracturing & Restimulation, North America, 2018
"Additionally, the results show increased functionality and resiliency in CD8 T cells upon restimulation, indicating the potential not only to increase the number and frequency of CD8 T cells, but to strengthen them."
Restimulation mesLN lymphocytes or LPLs were stimulated for 4h at 37[degrees]C/5% C[O.sub.2] with PMA/ionomycin in vitro in the presence of GolgiSTOP (w/monensin) and GolgiPLUG (w/Brefeldin A).
IL-2 and IL-15 have been used in combination with bisphosphonates, and IL-15, both with IL-2 and alone, has been described to contribute to reduced apoptosis and higher cytokine and cytotoxic mediator expression upon restimulation [18].
Gas flow from an ultralow permeability shale reservoir through a complex fracture network, stress, and pressure field change must be modeled so that restimulation designs and completion strategies can be properly evaluated.
Reflecting the immunoregulatory function of the transferred pDCs, we found that splenocytes isolated from mice on Cp-GA-pDC immunotherapy produced higher IL-10 and lower IL-17 levels in response to MOG restimulation in vitro (Figures 6(g) and 6(h)).
The impaired response to IFN restimulation due to prolonged phosphorylation which leads to a loss of function presents a possible explanation for increased susceptibility to viral, mycobacterial, and dimorphic fungal infections [17].
Prior to restimulation (day 0), SLAT2 was not expressed in either Th2 or Th1 cells, while SLAT was expressed in Th2, but not (or substantially less) in Th1 cells.
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.