endogenous

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of a disease, caused by factors within the body
produced, originating or growing from within
{s} originating from within
Arising within or derived from the body
of or resembling an endogen
Produced or originating from within a cell or organism (CMD 1997)
Contained within In mouse genetics, endogenous viruses are those that are integrated into the mouse genome and transmitted to progeny as chromosomal elements
Originating or produced within the organism or one of its parts
Naturally occurring body productions
derived or originating internally of or resembling an endogen
An endogenous substance is synthesised naturally within the body, for example noradrenaline
Found naturally within the body
originating within or produced by the body
1 Produced or growing from within
Part of the internal environment of a living organism
Arising from within the generating structure (e g endoconidia of Thielaviopsis basicola)
Contained within In genetics, endogenous viruses are those that are integrated into a host genome and transmitted to progeny as chromosomal elements
Something produced by the brain or body
Originating within the organism
Produced inside the body Insulin produced by the pancreas is endogenous insulin
Produced or made inside the body; for instance, insulin made by a person's own pancreas is endogenous insulin Pronounced: en-DODGE-in-us Compare: Exogenous
Arising from within the generating structure (20)
Originating from within; increasing by internal growth
Increasing by internal growth and elongation at the summit, instead of externally, and having no distinction of pith, wood, and bark, as the rattan, the palm, the cornstalk
self-sustained rhythm generated within an organism
developing or originating within the organisms or arising from causes within the organism
being produced from within the body
— inside or within For example, transcription is an endogenous activity in cells
Grown or made inside the body Insulin made by a person's own pancreas is endogenous insulin Insulin that is made from beef or pork pancreas or derived from bacteria is exogenous because it comes from outside the body and must be injected
Produced within the body, or due to internal causes
derived or originating internally
Developing within or originating from causes within the organism
endogenetic
endogenous retrovirus
A retrovirus part of an species' genome through long-ago infection
endogenous retroviruses
plural form of endogenous retrovirus
endogenous depression
a state of depression for which there is no apparent precipitating cause
endogenous variable
element whose worth is determined within a system's framework
endogenous variable
(Ticaret) A variable caused by one or more variables contained within the model being evaluated
endogenously
In an endogenous manner
endogenously
By endogenous growth
endogenously
from an internal origin
porcine endogenous retrovirus
{i} PERV, pig virus found in the genetic substance of every pig
endogenous
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