efflux

[ US /ˈɛfɫəks/ ]
NOUN
  1. the process of flowing out
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How To Use efflux In A Sentence

  • The first step in this process is calcium ion efflux from the cells.
  • Ikeda Y, Li X, Palme K, et al. (2008) Sterol-dependent endocytosis mediates post-cytokinetic acquisition of PIN2 auxin efflux carrier polarity. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Any failure to recall that incident on Mr. Duncan's part is the simple result of the effluxion of the nineteen intervening years.
  • Previous experience of PCMBS inhibiting a fraction of the normal unloading efflux suggests that this large, PCMBS-insensitive efflux is by a passive mechanism.
  • One might anticipate that calcium efflux, like that of sodium, is mediated by an ATP - dependent pump.
  • Consequently, antioxidants including ginsenosides Rb1 and Rg1, S-allyl cysteine sulphoxide (SACS), simvastatin (SVT) and vitamin E significantly abolished HAART 3-plex-induced inhibition of cholesterol efflux. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • With the time efflux , this famous toggery give to have finished luxurious , sexy , modern quality.
  • One might anticipate that calcium efflux, like that of sodium, is mediated by an ATP - dependent pump.
  • Oxalate efflux could not be triggered by treatment with the trivalent cation lanthanum or by phosphorus deficiency, indicating that the efflux was specific to the Al treatment.
  • If the seed remain within for seven days then it is certain that conception has taken place; for it is during that period that what is known as effluxion takes place. The History of Animals
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