Definition of Inject:
put in, introduce
Synonyms of Inject:
● Drag in
● Stick in
● Throw in
Sentence/Example of Inject:
So far the researchers have only studied the proteins’ behavior in vitro, so it’s unclear how the body’s immune system would respond to them if they were injected into a human.
Afterwards, they injected a powerful toxin called LPS, a life-threatening chemical that triggers vast immune reactions in the mice.
Without exercising a day, aged mice injected with the plasma from the runners performed better in memory tests—similar to a human in his or her late 30s or early 40s.
Considering this measure would inject over $900 million into the housing industry, it is appropriate to have strong oversight in place to ensure tax dollars are spent effectively as we work to bring units online to meet our affordable housing needs.
When injected into the body, human cells will make copies of that protein.
British officials have injected budgetary steroids worth around 15% of GDP into the economy.
The basic idea is to inject cell-containing bioink into injured tissue, then shine patterns of light non-invasively to “activate” cells in the bioink.
In 2016, for example, researchers injected poop from people with depressive symptoms into healthy mice.
They can occur where oil and gas operations inject large amounts of wastewater deep underground.
In an era of sentimental and romantic writing, she dared to inject severe realism.