Medicine, Biology, and Psychology
- Process (anatomy), a projection or outgrowth of tissue from a larger body
- Biological process, a process of a living organism
- Cognitive process, the process of thought
- Mental process, functions or processes done with the mind
- Processing (Chinese materia medica), the technique of altering the properties of crude drugs by such means as roasting, honey frying, wine frying, earth frying, vinegar frying, calcining, or other means
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... DMSO may also be used as a cryoprotectant, added to cell media to reduce ice formation and thereby prevent cell death during the freezing process ... Approximately 10% may be used with a slow-freeze method, and the cells may be frozen at −80 °C or stored in liquid nitrogen safely ...
... In political philosophy, emptiness is associated with nihilism ... Literary critic Georg Lukács (born in 1885) argued against the "spiritual emptiness and moral inadequacy of capitalism", and argued in favour of communism as an "entirely new type of civilization, one that promised a fresh start and an opportunity to lead a meaningful and purposeful life." The concept of "emptiness" was important to a "certain type of existentialist philosophy and some forms of the Death of God movement" ...
... In addition to being involved in cellular signaling as a lipid second messenger involved in the regulation of signaling enzymes, such as PLC-γ, PLC-δ, and PKC-α, -β, and -γ isoforms, arachidonic acid is a key inflammatory intermediate and can also act as a vasodilator ... (Note separate synthetic pathways, as described in section below) ...
Famous quotes containing the word psychology:
“Whatever else American thinkers do, they psychologize, often brilliantly. The trouble is that psychology only takes us so far. The new interest in families has its merits, but it will have done us all a disservice if it turns us away from public issues to private matters. A vision of things that has no room for the inner life is bankrupt, but a psychology without social analysis or politics is both powerless and very lonely.”
—Joseph Featherstone (20th century)