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373) t PA initiation and maintenance), disease activity, functional status, depressive sy
374) ignificant effects were found for disease activity, functional status, depressive sy
375) However, HDL-Lp-PLA2 activity increased only in the RT group (+
376) Acid phosphatase activity increased significantly (p <
377) Complex mental activity induces improvements in cognition
378) because regular exercise and/or physical activity induces positive physiologic and
379) standardized and objective; (2) assess at activity level and comprise items that ref
380) asured in the whole blood; catalase (CAT) activity level was measured in erythrocyte
381) Like managing physical activity or nutrition, effectively managin
382) To clarify whether V-PAS increases V1 activity or parieto- and premotor-to-M1 co
383) lymphoma, with improvement in phagocytic activity over time (P = 0.03).
384) nd 30 months), we compared change in fMRI activity over time during working memory i
385) n eight inactive people and four physical activity promotion specialists in Brighton
386) eraction, group goal setting) in physical activity promotion.
387) oach is associated with longer intestinal activity resumption time and incisional he
388) The average intestinal activity resumption time was 32 hours.
389) s statistically significant antibacterial activity than Gentamicin sulphate (10 µ
390) r extracts and exerted higher antioxidant activity than other extracts.
391) ance imaging blood oxygen level-dependent activity that maps onto the 2-mechanism di
392) s been argued that the variation in brain activity that occurs when observing anothe
393) more related to animal movement and human activity via communication networks than t
394) le V1 receptors and also has antidiuretic activity via renal V2 receptors.
395) itory mechanisms, to manifest oscillatory activity when exposed to glutamatergic and
396) However, CatA rapidly lost the enzyme activity when incubated at above 25 °C.
397) RI-related activity within left middle frontal gyrus
398) lly recognised 'process of care'-defining activity within the pre-hospital arena.
399) ced a significant reduction in saliva GPx activity (406.61 ± 22.07 vs.
400) fect, which has been shown to modulate V1 activity (Alink et al.
401) Electrodermal activity (EDA) is an index of the sympathe
402) th factor-β (TGFβ), melanoma inhibitory activity (MIA) and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2)
403) was related to whether increased physical activity (OR 1.18, 95% CI 1.01-1.39, p = 0
404) number of hours of leisure time physical activity (OR=0.89; 95% CI 0.81-0.97) signi
405) D), and catalase (CAT), total antioxidant activity (T-AOC), and the contents of malo
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(1)70 of (13)6 patterns (25)3 but (37)2 functional
(2)54 *null* (14)5 may (26)3 changes (38)2 increased
(3)49 and (15)5 using (27)3 for (39)2 induces
(4)45 in (16)5 with (28)3 measured (40)2 level
(5)17 was (17)4 at (29)3 through (41)2 or
(6)11 against (18)4 levels (30)2 Questionnaire (42)2 over
(7)10 during (19)4 on (31)2 after (43)2 promotion
(8)9 (PA) (20)4 which (32)2 between (44)2 resumption
(9)8 is (21)4 while (33)2 calcium (45)2 than
(10)7 to (22)3 among (34)2 compared (46)2 that
(11)7 were (23)3 are (35)2 decreased (47)2 via
(12)6 by (24)3 as (36)2 diary (48)2 when

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--- WordNet output for activity --- =>活動, 活躍, 働き, 動き, 活気 Overview of noun activity The noun activity has 6 senses (first 3 from tagged texts) 1. (43) activity -- (any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity") 2. (36) action, activity, activeness -- (the state of being active; "his sphere of activity"; "he is out of action") 3. (13) bodily process, body process, bodily function, activity -- (an organic process that takes place in the body; "respiratory activity") 4. activity -- ((chemistry) the capacity of a substance to take part in a chemical reaction; "catalytic activity") 5. natural process, natural action, action, activity -- (a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); "the action of natural forces"; "volcanic activity") 6. activeness, activity -- (the trait of being active; moving or acting rapidly and energetically; "the level of activity declines with age") --- WordNet end ---