Understanding and reason thus coalesce in the faculty of judgment, which mediates between, or brings together, the universal and particular elements in conscious experience.
In vitro binding assays revealed that the ALK portion of NPM-ALK mediates interaction of the two proteins.
The narrator learns that his intended bride has married another, and he mediates that the path of rectitude is very narrow.
The enzyme DMSP-lyase, found in algae and some bacteria, mediates the cleavage of DMSP to DMS and acrylic acid.
mediates vasoconstriction (Hallworth, 1997 ).
They are especially common in early childhood and involve activation of the limbic brain, particularly the area that mediates negative emotion.
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