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Deterioration in Renal Function Is Associated With Increased Arterial Stiffness

Increasing fisheries management options with a flexible cost function

Right ventricular function after brain death: Response to an increased afterload

C-24Increased Reliance on Executive Functioning during Motor Sequencing in Older Adults

Controlled expression of cardiac-directed adenylylcyclase type VI provides increased contractile function

Neurally-mediated increase in calcineurin activity regulates cardiac contractile function in absence of hypertrophy

Low-dose erythropoietin improves cardiac function in experimental heart failure without increasing haematocrit

Increasing expression level and copy number of a Yarrowia lipolytica plasmid through regulated centromere function

Increased Volume and Function of Right Auditory Cortex as a Marker for Absolute Pitch

Impaired Skeletal Muscle Microvascular Function and Increased Skeletal Muscle Oxygen Consumption in Severe Falciparum Malaria

Exogenous thyrotropin improves renal function in euthyroid patients, while serum creatinine levels are increased in hypothyroidism

Repetition Suppression in Ventral Visual Cortex Is Diminished as a Function of Increasing Autistic Traits

Cognitive function in patients with increased serum levels of protein S-100 after minor head injury

Expression and Function of Bactericidal/Permeability-Increasing Protein in Human Genital Tract Epithelial Cells

Increasing tomato fruit quality by enhancing fruit chloroplast function. A double-edged sword?

Hepatocyte-specific ABCA1 transfer increases HDL cholesterol but impairs HDL function and accelerates atherosclerosis

The adjuvant monophosphoryl lipid A increases the function of antigen-presenting cells

 

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A real function f is increasing in or on an interval I if f(x1)≤f(x2) whenever x1 and x2 are in I with x1 < x2. Also, f is strictly increasing if f(x1) < f(x2) whenever x1 < x2.

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