Some articles on expressed:

B.J. Nikkel - Legislative Career - 2009 Appointment
... Kevin Lundberg's expressed interest in being appointed to Johnson's state senate seat, Nikkel expressed interested in assuming Lundberg's house seat ... Nikkel had previously expressed interest in succeeding the term-limited Lundberg in 2010 ...
Shukr - Expression
... may answer "thank God", gratitude to God is also commonly expressed for someone's recovery ... In times of calamity, gratitude is expressed by saying "thank God it is not more grave" ... Shukr is also expressed by prostration (sujud) ...
... SIGLECs are members of the immunoglobulin superfamily that are expressed on the cell surface ... SIGLECs are typically expressed on cells of the innate immune system, with the exception of the B-cell expressed SIGLEC6 (MIM 604405) ...
Small Nucleolar RNA SNORA35
... (2000), and found to be specifically expressed in the choroid plexus ... search, and was found to be specifically expressed in the brain ... second intron of the serotonin receptor 2c (5HT-2c) gene, which is predominantly expressed in choroid plexus epithelial cells ...
SLC4A4 - Splice Variants
... NBCe1-A aka kNBC1 (mainly expressed in the kidney) NBCe1-B aka pNBC1 (expressed in the pancreas and elsewhere) NBCe1-C (expressed in the brain) ...

More definitions of "expressed":

  • (adj): Precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication.
    Synonyms: explicit

Famous quotes containing the word expressed:

    There is never finality in the display terminal’s screen, but an irresponsible whimsicality, as words, sentences, and paragraphs are negated at the touch of a key. The significance of the past, as expressed in the manuscript by a deleted word or an inserted correction, is annulled in idle gusts of electronic massacre.
    Alexander Cockburn (b. 1941)

    What can be expressed in words can be expressed in life.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    While the focus in the landscape of Old World cities was commonly government structures, churches, or the residences of rulers, the landscape and the skyline of American cities have boasted their hotels, department stores, office buildings, apartments, and skyscrapers. In this grandeur, Americans have expressed their Booster Pride, their hopes for visitors and new settlers, and customers, for thriving commerce and industry.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)