Cells can communicate with each other by releasing molecules that produce signaling cascades within another receptive cell.
Cell disruption is a method or process for releasing biological molecules from inside a cell.
Furthermore, NK cells release cytotoxic molecules, which lyse tumor cells.
Materials not normally considered absorbent can release enough light-weight molecules to interfere with industrial or scientific vacuum processes.
Degranulation is a cellular process that releases antimicrobial cytotoxic molecules from secretory vesicles called granules found inside some cells.
For solvation to occur, energy is required to release individual ions and molecules from the crystal lattices in which they are present.
When the macula densa detects an elevated GFR, it releases several molecules that cause the glomerulus to rapidly decrease its filtration rate.
SGCs have the ability to release cytokines and other bioactive molecules that transmit pain neuronally.
The nerve releases small molecules, including one called substance P (for "pain"), that sensitize the nerve and cause neighboring blood vessels to dilate.
The material then releases molecules that increase the rate at which bones heal.