Uptake may refer to:

  • Diffusion (business), the acceptance or adoption of a new product or idea.
  • Absorption, especially of food or nutrient by an organism. (see digestion)
  • Neurotransmitter uptake carriers, a class of membrane transport proteins that pump neurotransmitters from the extracellular space into the cell.

Other articles related to "uptake":

Ginsenoside - Rb1 Group - Rb1
... It appears to enhance the uptake of choline ... The clinical significance of uptake enhancers is not completely understood one might expect coluracetam to have similar effects to Rb1, and tianeptine ...
L-ribulose-5-phosphate 4-epimerase - Biological Function
... Gene Protein AraA Isomerase AraB Ribulokinase AraC Regulatory AraD Epimerase AraE Uptake AraF Uptake AraG Uptake AraH Uptake ...
The Up Take - Recognition
... The Center for Public Integrity listed The UpTake as one of its "Top Ten Websites from 2008" ... ballot challenge by Republican candidate Norm Coleman's campaign, the list identified The UpTake as “ A nonprofit journalism site that has kept political junkies across ... ” On January 18, 2011, The UpTake announced it had become the first online-only news organization to get a seat in the Minnesota Capitol press room ...
The Up Take
... The UpTake is a Minnesota-based citizen journalist organization ... Because of its role as a provider of citizen journalism, The UpTake is a not-for-profit organization ... This financial disadvantage has spurred The UpTake to develop innovative methods of low-cost information gathering and reporting, such as live broadcasting from cell phone camera feeds ...