SAN DIEGO -- The transition from non-injecting to injecting drug use can be a reversible process
, results from a long-term study suggest.
Nevertheless, endothelial cell dysfunction is a reversible process
, offering a "window of opportunity" for intervention, according to authors Karolien Van De Maele and Inge Gies, MD, of the division of pediatric endocrinology at the University Hospital of Brussels and Roland Devlieger, MD, PhD, head of fetal maternal medicine at the University Hospitals Leuven (Belgium).
The Labour MP for Edinburgh South said: "Until we've left, Brexit is a reversible process
, that much is clear.
He said: "Brexit is a reversible process
if the British and Welsh people decide that's what they want.
The battery produces electricity through a reversible process
called intercalation, where positively charged zinc ions are oxidized from the zinc metal negative electrode, travel through the electrolyte and insert between the layers of vanadium oxide nanosheets in the positive electrode.
Dr Sam Parnia, of the University of Southampton, said: "Contrary to perception, death is not a specific moment but a potentially reversible process
that occurs after the heart, lungs and brain cease functioning."
The shape of the voltammogram might be preliminarily attributed to an electrochemically reversible process
, whilst the absence of corresponding oxidation peak in the potential range studied indicates a chemically irreversible reaction.
Table 1 summarizes the apparent [T.sub.m] of xylanase obtained by CD, fluorescence emission, residual activity, and DSC (irreversible calorimetric transition, 1.1 mg x [mL.sup.-1] protein, 30[degrees]C x [h.sup.-1]) and the [T.sub.m] obtained in the reversible process
(0.56 mg x [mL.sup.-1] protein, same scan rate).
It is not a reversible process
and--spoiler alert--there is no magic formula.
The scientists were looking at a range of platelet function tests such as platelet activation - a reversible process
where platelets are starting to get stressed and sticky - and platelet aggregation - an irreversible process when sticky platelets clump together.
The mural and mucous engagement in 50% of patients is a reversible process
with no late consequences or changes in the intestinal wall.
It's often difficult to trace the exact cause of chronic renal disease, and there is no readily correctable or reversible process
that you can identity.