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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of cyclic neutropenia

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cyclic neutropenia:
/sajklɪk nutɹowpiniə/

Derived Form of cyclic

adjective
comparitive: more cyclic
superlative: most cyclic
Adjective
1
conforming to the Carnot cycle
See alsoCarnot cycle,
2
forming a whorl or having parts arranged in a whorl
  1. cyclic petals
  2. cyclic flowers
Antonymsacyclic,
3
of a compound having atoms arranged in a ring structure
Antonymsacyclic,
Similarbicyclic, closed-chain, closed-ring, heterocyclic, homocyclic, isocyclic,
4
recurring in cycles
Synonymscyclical,
Antonymsnoncyclic,
See alsocyclicity, periodicity,
Similaralternate, alternating, circular, diurnal, rotary,
5
botany; forming a whorl or having parts arranged in a whorl
Antonymsacyclic,
Similarverticillate, verticillated, whorled,
6
marked by repeated cycles
Similarperiodic, periodical,
Adjective satellite
1
marked by repeated cycles

Derived Form of neutropenia

noun
plural: neutropenias
Noun
1
leukopenia in which the decrease is primarily in number of neutrophils (the chief phagocytic leukocyte)
Type ofleucopenia, leukopenia,
Typescyclic neutropenia,

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  1. Low blood cell count causes Neutropenia
  2. They weren't getting neutropenia or the myelotoxicity quite as significant as people that didn't
  3. let's do cyclic first. A cyclic quadrilateral is one whose points all lie on a circle
  4. Cyclic GMP protein kinase, very similar to PKA, only it's cyclic GMP binding domains are fused to the kinase core.
  5. And cyclic AMP...this is the main target for cyclic AMP: these regulatory subunits of PKA.
  6. hypertension, neutropenia, and thrombocytopenia.
  7. fatigue, neutropenia, nausea, vomitting,
  8. Due to low blood cell count called neutropenia...
  9. in this case. So now it becomes AMP or monophosphate. But there's also a cyclic portion to it. And
  10. Classically, the production of signal transduction second messengers, like cyclic AMP or inositol trisphosphate.
  11. adenylate cyclase which makes cyclic AMP,
  12. The foraging gene encodes a cyclic GMP protein kinase.
  13. this piece. As I told you epsilon i j k only cares about cyclic or anticyclic. That is
  14. So, what we started with now I know that epsilon ijk is cyclic I keep drawing this figure well
  15. a cyclic process. This is proposed by Clausius and it is known as Clausius inequality and
  16. So this is what is known as Clausius inequality applies to a closed system undergoing a cyclic
  17. is zero. So according to the Clausius inequality the cyclic integral of Do Q by T for a reversible
  18. to apply cyclic loading and thats why it is called cyclic triaxial test. It is a conventional
  19. a cyclic coordinate? Yes, it is a cyclic coordinate. So, once again the azimuthal angle phi is
  20. Next term we'll talk briefly about cyclic GMP, because cyclic GMP