Examples of Abrogation
Here the authors show that matriptase abrogation in vivo affects c-Met signalling and the growth of breast cancer cells.
(Nature Communications, )
The 91-year-old also branded the EU referendum an ‘abrogation of democracy’ and said that people who backed the Brexit campaign did not know what they were voting for.
(Daily Mail - News, )
Jeremy Duffield and colleagues showed that abrogation of autophagic pathways in murine nephrons is sufficient to recreate many of the characteristic features of the human disease.
(Nature Reviews Nephrology, )
We previously showed that bone marrow nestin+ mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) innervated by sympathetic nerve fibres regulate normal HSCs. Here we demonstrate that abrogation of this regulatory circuit is essential for MPN pathogenesis.
However, such strategies require the formal abrogation of control over selected assets,” explains Frank Seneco, president, Seneco & Associates. “In many cases, the use of charitable trusts, for example, makes it possible to eliminate all estate taxes.
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )
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