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The primary increase may be induced by a change in properties of the medium under the action of surfactants, and the following decrease, by the enzyme inhibition.
      
The primary increase in permeability of the cell membrane and the decrease of intracellular energy-rich compounds may be the cause of the fungicidal action of nystatin.
      
As shown by flow cytometrical measurements using a BrdUrd/DNA double labeling technique, this rapid primary increase in AGT coincides very well with the entrance of cells into theG2-phase.
      
The primary increase of catabolism is responsible for the secondary compensatory enhanced anabolism, especially of proteoglycans and collagen.
      
The results, taken together, suggest that the major reason for the higher rate of Na+ transport in S monolayers is because of a primary increase in the conductive permeability of the apical membrane to Na+.
      
The scaled chrysophyte inferred specific conductivity of the lake has more than tripled, with the primary increase occurring concurrent with the commencement of logging and the increase in magnetic mineral material.
      
Exposure to an EMF of 2 Hz caused a primary increase in frequency of the self-stimulation response, followed by depression.
      
A primary increase in adenylate cyclase activity in NAG infection is observed in the apical plasmalemma of the villous cells and later this process spreads to the lateral and then to the basal plasmalemma of the enterocytes.
      
Until recently, the body, rather than a primary increase in intestinalit was widely believed that HFE acts in intestinal crypt absorption.
      
Water intake is habitually driven and patients with the syndrome may, in fact, have a primary increase in thirst perception.
      
 

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