repetitive

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  • adj.
  • 反復性の、反復した
iterationiterativerecurrentrecursionreiteratereiterationreiterativerepeatrepeatedlyrepetitionrepetitivelyreplicate

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「characterized by repetition; "repetitive movement"」
repetitious

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「=repetitious」

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  • Genetic and epigenetic changes in fibrosis-associated hepatocarcinogenesis in mice.
  • Chappell G1, Kutanzi K, Uehara T, Tryndyak V, Hong HH, Hoenerhoff M, Beland FA, Rusyn I, Pogribny IP.Author information 1Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.AbstractHepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the most prevalent cancers and is rising in incidence worldwide. The molecular mechanisms leading to the development of HCC are complex and include both genetic and epigenetic events. To determine the relative contribution of these alterations in liver tumorigenesis, we evaluated epigenetic modifications at both global and gene specific levels, as well as the mutational profile of genes commonly altered in liver tumors. A mouse model of fibrosis-associated liver cancer that was designed to emulate cirrhotic liver, a prevailing disease state observed in most humans with HCC, was used. Tumor and nontumor liver samples from B6C3F1 mice treated with N-nitrosodiethylamine (DEN; a single ip injection of 1 mg/kg at 14 days of age) and carbon tetrachloride (CCl4 ; 0.2 ml/kg, 2 times/week ip starting at 8 weeks of age for 14 weeks), as well as corresponding vehicle control animals, were analyzed for genetic and epigenetic alterations. H-ras, Ctnnb1 and Hnf1α genes were not mutated in tumors in mice treated with DEN+CCl4 . In contrast, the increased tumor incidence in mice treated with DEN+CCl4 was associated with marked epigenetic changes in liver tumors and nontumor liver tissue, including demethylation of genomic DNA and repetitive elements, a decrease in histone 3 lysine 9 trimethylation (H3K9me3) and promoter hypermethylation and functional downregulation of Riz1, a histone lysine methyltransferase tumor suppressor gene. Additionally, the reduction in H3K9me3 was accompanied by increased expression of long interspersed nucleotide elements 1 and short interspersed nucleotide elements B2, which is an indication of genomic instability. In summary, our results suggest that epigenetic events, rather than mutations in known cancer-related genes, play a prominent role in increased incidence of liver tumors in this mouse model of fibrosis-associated liver cancer.
  • International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer.Int J Cancer.2014 Jun 15;134(12):2778-88. doi: 10.1002/ijc.28610. Epub 2013 Dec 14.
  • Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the most prevalent cancers and is rising in incidence worldwide. The molecular mechanisms leading to the development of HCC are complex and include both genetic and epigenetic events. To determine the relative contribution of these alterations in liver tumori
  • PMID 24242335
  • Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation versus electroconvulsive therapy for major depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
  • Ren J1, Li H2, Palaniyappan L3, Liu H1, Wang J4, Li C5, Rossini PM6.Author information 1Shanghai Key Laboratory of Psychotic Disorders, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200030, China.2Shanghai Key Laboratory of Psychotic Disorders, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200030, China; Department of EEG Source Imaging, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200030, China.3Centre for Translational Neuroimaging in Mental Health, Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham, UK; Division of Psychiatry & Applied Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK.4Shanghai Key Laboratory of Psychotic Disorders, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200030, China; Department of EEG Source Imaging, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200030, China. Electronic address: jijunwang27@163.com.5Shanghai Key Laboratory of Psychotic Disorders, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200030, China. Electronic address: chunbo_li@163.com.6Department of Geriatrics, Neuroscience and Orthopedics, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy.AbstractElectroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the most effective treatment of depression. During the last decades repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), an alternative method using electric stimulation of the brain, has revealed possible alternative to ECT in the treatment of depression. There are some clinical trials comparing their efficacies and safeties but without clear conclusions, mainly due to their small sample sizes. In the present study, a meta-analysis had been carried out to gain statistical power. Outcomes were response, remission, acceptability and cognitive effects in depression. Following a comprehensive literature search that included both English and Chinese language databases, we identified all randomized controlled trials that directly compared rTMS and ECT for major depression. 10 articles (9 trials) with a total of 425 patients were identified. Methodological quality, heterogeneity, sensitivity and publication bias were systematically evaluated. ECT was superior to high frequency rTMS in terms of response (64.4% vs. 48.7%, RR=1.41, p=0.03), remission (52.9% vs. 33.6%, RR=1.38, p=0.006) while discontinuation was not significantly different between the two treatments (8.3% vs. 9.4%, RR=1.11, p=0.80). According to the subgroup analysis, the superiority of ECT was more apparent in those with psychotic depression, while high frequency rTMS was as effective as ECT in those with non-psychotic depression. The same results were obtained in the comparison of ECT with low frequency rTMS. ECT had a non-significant advantage over high frequency rTMS on the overall improvement in HAMD scores (p=0.11). There was insufficient data on medium or long term efficacy. Both rTMS and ECT were well tolerated with only minor side effects reported. Results based on 3 studies suggested that specific cognitive domains such as visual memory and verbal fluency were more impaired in patients receiving ECT. In conclusion, ECT seemed more effective than and at least as acceptable as rTMS in the short term, especially in the presence of psychotic depression. This review identified the lack of good quality trials comparing the long-term outcome and cognitive effects of rTMS and ECT, especially using approaches to optimize stimulus delivery and reduce clinical heterogeneity.
  • Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry.Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry.2014 Jun 3;51C:181-189. doi: 10.1016/j.pnpbp.2014.02.004. Epub 2014 Feb 18.
  • Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the most effective treatment of depression. During the last decades repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), an alternative method using electric stimulation of the brain, has revealed possible alternative to ECT in the treatment of depression. There ar
  • PMID 24556538
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)/repetitive TMS in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Nardone R1, Tezzon F, Höller Y, Golaszewski S, Trinka E, Brigo F.Author information 1Department of Neurology, Christian Doppler Klinik, Paracelsus Medical University, Salzburg, Austria; Department of Neurology, Franz Tappeiner Hospital, Merano, Italy.AbstractSeveral Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) techniques can be applied to noninvasively measure cortical excitability and brain plasticity in humans. TMS has been used to assess neuroplastic changes in Alzheimer's disease (AD), corroborating findings that cortical physiology is altered in AD due to the underlying neurodegenerative process. In fact, many TMS studies have provided physiological evidence of abnormalities in cortical excitability, connectivity, and plasticity in patients with AD. Moreover, the combination of TMS with other neurophysiological techniques, such as high-density electroencephalography (EEG), makes it possible to study local and network cortical plasticity directly. Interestingly, several TMS studies revealed abnormalities in patients with early AD and even with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), thus enabling early identification of subjects in whom the cholinergic degeneration has occurred. Furthermore, TMS can influence brain function if delivered repetitively; repetitive TMS (rTMS) is capable of modulating cortical excitability and inducing long-lasting neuroplastic changes. Preliminary findings have suggested that rTMS can enhance performances on several cognitive functions impaired in AD and MCI. However, further well-controlled studies with appropriate methodology in larger patient cohorts are needed to replicate and extend the initial findings. The purpose of this paper was to provide an updated and comprehensive systematic review of the studies that have employed TMS/rTMS in patients with MCI and AD.
  • Acta neurologica Scandinavica.Acta Neurol Scand.2014 Jun;129(6):351-66. doi: 10.1111/ane.12223. Epub 2014 Feb 8.
  • Several Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) techniques can be applied to noninvasively measure cortical excitability and brain plasticity in humans. TMS has been used to assess neuroplastic changes in Alzheimer's disease (AD), corroborating findings that cortical physiology is altered in AD due
  • PMID 24506061
  • Aspirin Desensitization: Useful Treatment for Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps (CRSwNP) in Aspirin-Exacerbated Respiratory Disease (AERD)?
  • Klimek L1, Dollner R, Pfaar O, Mullol J.Author information 1Center for Rhinology and Allergology, An den Quellen 10, 65183, Wiesbaden, Germany, Ludger.Klimek@Allergiezentrum.org.AbstractAspirin intolerance syndrome is due to disturbances in the arachidonic acid metabolism implicating both the lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase pathways. This results in imbalances of eicosanoid, leukotriene and prostaglandin synthesis. Thus, preinflammatory cysteinyl leukotrienes increase and antiinflammatory prostaglandins (PG) such as PGE2 decrease. Clinically, intolerance reactions to nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can lead to different clinical manifestations; five phenotypes of the aspirin intolerance syndrome are listed in the ENDA classification. Aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) is the most common phenotype characterized by an eosinophil-dominated inflammatory disease of the airways that presents clinically with nasal polyps, chronic sinusitis and bronchial asthma. About 34 % of patients with aspirin-induced asthma and rhinosinusitis are thought to have AERD. Important biochemical findings in many AERD patients are increased basal leukotriene levels (at least in cell cultures) that excessively increase after intake of COX-1 inhibitors. Aspirin desensitization uses the repetitive application of aspirin to induce a tolerance to NSAIDs, especially COX-1 inhibitors. After a dose-increase phase reaching a threshold dose, a dose-continuation phase is performed. For application, the nasal, bronchial, oral and intravenous routes have been described. Aspirin desensitization has been proven to be efficacious and safe and was able to reduce the need for other medications in AERD patients.
  • Current allergy and asthma reports.Curr Allergy Asthma Rep.2014 Jun;14(6):441. doi: 10.1007/s11882-014-0441-9.
  • Aspirin intolerance syndrome is due to disturbances in the arachidonic acid metabolism implicating both the lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase pathways. This results in imbalances of eicosanoid, leukotriene and prostaglandin synthesis. Thus, preinflammatory cysteinyl leukotrienes increase and antiinfla
  • PMID 24682773

和文文献

  • Repetitive Short-Pulse Light Mainly Inactivates Photosystem Ⅰ in Sunflower Leaves
  • Sejima Takehiro,Takagi Daisuke,Fukayama Hiroshi [他]
  • Plant and cell physiology 55(6), 1184-1193, 2014-06
  • NAID 40020095939
  • Types of DNA methylation status of the interspersed repetitive sequences for LINE-1, Alu, HERV-E and HERV-K in the neutrophils from systemic lupus erythematosus patients and healthy controls
  • Sukapan Patadon,Promnarate Paramate,Avihingsanon Yingyos [他]
  • Journal of human genetics 59(4), 178-188, 2014-04
  • NAID 40020043059
  • バランスの制約違反を考慮したヒューマノイドロボットの繰返し制御 (ニューロコンピューティング)
  • 後藤 謙治,Sung ChangHyun,香川 高弘 [他]
  • 電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 = IEICE technical report : 信学技報 113(500), 311-316, 2014-03-17
  • NAID 40020047584
  • 日本語の等位接続詞「と」の重複形について
  • 浅田 裕子
  • 言語研究 = Journal of the Linguistic Society of Japan (145), 97-109, 2014-03
  • NAID 40020106318

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Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) are "injuries of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression (pressing against hard surfaces), or sustained or awkward ...
Origin: 1830–40; < Latin repetīt(us) (past participle of repetere to repeat) + -ive. Related forms. re·pet·i·tive·ly, adverb. re·pet·i·tive·ness, noun. non·re·pet·i·tive, adjective. non·re·pet·i·tive·ly, adverb. un·re·pet·i·tive, adjective. EXPAND ...

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先読みrepetition
リンク元repeat」「replicate」「iteration」「repeatedly」「repetitively
拡張検索nonrepetitive」「repetitiveness」「repetitive strain injury」「repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation」「repetitive polychondritis

repetition」

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  • n.

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「the act of doing or performing again」
repeating

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「the repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device」

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「(…‘を')『繰り返すこと,反複すること』;(…の)暗唱《+『of』+『名』》 / (;の)写し,複写,模写(copy),模倣《+『of』+『名』》」


repeat」

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  • n.
  • v.
iterationrecursionreiteratereiterationreiterativerepeatedlyrepetitionrepetitiverepetitivelyreplicate

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「do over; "They would like to take it over again"」
take over

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「an event that repeats; "the events today were a repeat of yesterday''s"」
repetition

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「to say again or imitate; "followers echoing the cries of their leaders"」
echo

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「to say, state, or perform again; "She kept reiterating her request"」
reiterate, ingeminate, iterate, restate, retell

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「〈自分がすでに一度言ったこと)‘を'『繰り返して言う』 / 〈他人の言ったこと〉‘を'おうむ返しに言う;…‘を'他の人に繰り返して言う / …‘を'『暗記して言う』,暗唱する / …‘を'繰り返して行う(do again) / (食べたあとで)〈食物の〉味が残る / 〈小数が〉循環する / 繰り返すこと,反復すること / 繰り返されるもの,(公演の)再演;(番組の)再放送 / 反復楽節;反復記号(∥: :∥)」

replicate」

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  • v.
  • 複製する、再現する、反復した
  • n.
copyduplicateduplicationiterationrecursionreiteratereiterationreiterativerepeatrepeatedlyrepetitionrepetitiverepetitivelyreplicationreplicationalreplicativerepresentationreproducereproduction

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「reproduce or make an exact copy of; "replicate the cell"; "copy the genetic information"」
copy

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「(統計)実施・(楽)1[数]オクターブ高い[低い]音・(葉などが)折返った・反復した・再生する・ 模写[複製]する; 折返す.〈葉など〉‘を'折り返す,曲げ返す・…‘を'繰り返す・細胞分裂で再生する」

iteration」

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  • n.
recursionreiteratereiterationreiterativerepeatrepeatedlyrepetitionrepetitiverepetitivelyreplicate

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「(computer science) a single execution of a set of instructions that are to be repeated; "the solution took hundreds of iterations"」
loop

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「(computer science) executing the same set of instructions a given number of times or until a specified result is obtained; "the solution is obtained by iteration"」
looping

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「doing or saying again; a repeated performance」

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「反復,繰り返し」


repeatedly」

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  • adv.
iterationrecursionreiteratereiterationreiterativerepeatrepetitionrepetitiverepetitivelyreplicate

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「several time; "it must be washed repeatedly"」

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「繰り返して,再三再四」


repetitively」

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  • adv.
in duplicateiterationrecursionreiteratereiterationreiterativerepeatrepeatedlyrepetitionrepetitivereplicate

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「in a repetitive manner; "this type of border display is used repetitively in advertising"」

nonrepetitive」

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「marked by the absence of repetition; "nonrepetitive DNA sequence"; "nonrepetitive dance movements"」

repetitiveness」

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「verboseness resulting from excessive repetitions」
repetitiousness

repetitive strain injury」

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反復性緊張外傷

cumulative trauma disorderoveruse injury、overuse syndrome


repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation」

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反復経頭蓋磁気刺激

rTMStranscranial magnetic stimulation


repetitive polychondritis」

  [★] 反復性多発性軟骨炎




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