inducer


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Synonyms for inducer

an agent capable of activating specific genes

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someone who tries to persuade or induce or lead on

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Despite this apparent dependency on the father, the patient was the inducer.
Keywords: Inducer lines; Tropical maize; Seed; Colchicine; Herbicides; Pendimethalin
8220;The Coma Inducer Memory Foam Beanbag is the new seating product I'm most excited about,” Ciullo said.
When the inducer cells were eliminated from the intestine of the experimental mice, immunity was impaired, affecting the production of anti-microbial proteins required to fight infection.
This suggests that drug levels previously decreased by CYP induction will reach their peak on average 1 to 2 weeks after the inducer is discontinued.
Glucose, sucrose and other similar compounds were found to be poor substrate for xylanase production, suggesting that xylan or xylan containing carbon sources are necessary for xylanase production as its hydrolysed products serve both as inducer as well as carbon substrate for the organisms [15].
Interest in studying galls and their arthropod inducers has been growing rapidly in the last two decades (Raman et al.
The inducer is an axial impeller which is mounted on the same shaft with the impeller of a pump.
The venturi trim inducer can run alone without the chopper.
Features include automatic water level control and improved access to the inducer baffles and scrubbing section.
The Heritage Handicap looks a typical Goodwood migraine inducer and I'll wait until later today before throwing the bones into the circle.
IFN-[alpha], IFN-[gamma], and an IFN inducer, Poly (ICLC), protect mice infected with H1N1 influenza virus (7).
Lendormin is a sleep inducer and Bi-Sifrol is an agent for treating Parkinson's disease.
Elevations in temperature above culture temperatures (28[degrees]C to 29[degrees]C) to 37[degrees]C to 38[degrees]C induced high levels of metamorphosis (77% to 100%), equivalent to those induced by a known algal associated inducer, an extract of Laurencia poitei.