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ACTIVATED
Activated carbon: Carbon treated to make it highly porous, used for adsorption or purification.
Activated charcoal: Charcoal that has been heated to increase its adsorptive properties, often used for medical purposes.
Activated sludge: A biological wastewater treatment process in which microorganisms are used to break down organic matter.
Activated alumina: A porous substance used for drying gases and liquids.
Activated protein: A protein that has undergone a change in conformation, typically for functional purposes.
Activated state: A condition in which a substance or system has been altered or stimulated to a specific functional state.
Activated complex: In chemistry, a short-lived transitional structure formed during a chemical reaction.
Activated charcoal filter: A device that employs activated charcoal to filter impurities from air or water.
Activated enzymes: Enzymes that have been modified to increase their catalytic activity.
Activated pathways: Biological or biochemical processes that have been initiated or stimulated.
Activated platelets: Blood platelets that have been stimulated to perform their clotting functions.
Activated receptors: Cell membrane receptors that have been triggered to initiate a cellular response.
Activated neurons: Nerve cells that have been stimulated to transmit signals.
Activated genes: Genes that have been turned on or off in response to specific signals.
Activated immune system: The body's defense mechanisms that have been triggered to respond to an infection or threat.
Activated lymphocytes: White blood cells that have been stimulated to combat pathogens.
Activated microglia: Brain cells that have been activated to respond to injury or disease.
Activated lymph nodes: Swollen and reactive lymph nodes in response to an infection or inflammation.
Activated neurons: Nerve cells that have been stimulated to transmit signals.
Activated enzymes: Enzymes that have been modified to increase their catalytic activity.
Activated T-cells: A type of white blood cell that has been activated to fight infections.
Activated macrophages: Immune cells that have been activated to engulf and destroy pathogens.
Activated platelet aggregation: The clumping together of blood platelets after activation.
Activated clotting factors: Blood proteins that become active to initiate blood clotting.
Activated caspases: Enzymes involved in cell apoptosis (programmed cell death).
Activated immune response: The body's defense mechanisms initiated upon exposure to antigens.
Activated pathways: Biological or biochemical processes that have been initiated or stimulated.
Activated cell signaling: Cellular communication pathways that have been triggered by external signals.
Activated kinase: An enzyme that transfers phosphate groups to other proteins.
Activated signaling cascade: A series of reactions in response to a stimulus, often in biological systems.
Activated receptors: Cell membrane receptors that have been triggered to initiate a cellular response.
Activated protein kinase: Enzymes responsible for regulating various cellular processes.
Activated ion channels: Cell membrane proteins that have been stimulated to allow ion flow.
Activated inflammatory response: The body's reaction to injury or infection, involving immune cells and chemicals.
Activated transcription factor: A protein that regulates gene expression in response to a stimulus.
Activated oncoproteins: Proteins with mutations that promote cancer cell growth.
Activated neurotransmitter receptors: Receptors in the brain that have been stimulated to transmit signals.
Activated metabolic pathways: Biological processes that have been initiated to produce energy or compounds.
Activated microglia: Brain cells that have been activated to respond to injury or disease.
Activated enzyme substrate: The molecule that interacts with an enzyme to initiate a reaction.
Activated immune system: The body's defense mechanisms that have been triggered to respond to an infection or threat.
Activated neurons: Nerve cells that have been stimulated to transmit signals.
Activated genes: Genes that have been turned on or off in response to specific signals.
Activated intracellular signaling: Signaling processes that occur within cells in response to stimuli.
Activated viral particles: Viruses that have been triggered to infect host cells.
Activated cell receptors: Membrane proteins that have been stimulated to initiate cellular responses.
Activated neurotransmitters: Chemical messengers in the brain that have been released to transmit signals.
Activated regulatory proteins: Proteins that have been modified to regulate other cellular processes.
Activated metabolic enzymes: Enzymes that have been stimulated to catalyze chemical reactions in metabolism.
Activated voltage-gated channels: Ion channels that have been triggered to open or close in response to changes in membrane potential.

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