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Synonyms for induce

Synonyms for induce

Synonyms for induce

cause to arise


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cause to occur rapidly

reason or establish by induction

produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes

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Xylose has been described as an effective inducer and carbon source for xylanase production in several microorganisms including A.
We numerically investigated the flow in an inducer, which has two blades manufactured from a straight hydrofoil cascade.
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.
MX126374 is a novel, cell-cycle-dependent inducer of apoptosis that has been shown to be selective for breast and colorectal cancer cells in preclinical testing.
05 Usp) measured in fluids with glucose as enzyme inducer.
Indeed, other neural inducers must exist, since noggin causes forebrain and midbrain to form but not spinal cord or hindbrain, Harland and his colleagues report.
EpiCept will give two poster presentations describing the discovery of small-molecule apoptosis inducers, which targets two commonly dysregulated pathways in cancer, Myc oncogene and Wnt/beta-catenin.
For narrow flues, long horizontal vent runs, cold start applications and down drafts, an in-line draft inducer can help insure proper air flow.
In order to validate the numerical investigations of the flow, the results obtained are compared with experimental results from investigations performed in a wind tunnel upon two inducers which respect the geometrical similitude laws.
Although delNS1 influenza virus is a high inducer of IFN[alpha]/[beta], partial UV inactivation of this virus results in even higher induction of IFN[alpha]/[beta] (33).
He doesn't warn against sure-fire poverty inducers like ignorance, teen pregnancy, drug abuse and crime.
This request for applications (RFA) solicits proposals on the susceptibility of sensitive populations to the acute effects of methemoglobin formation from contaminants in drinking water, as well as research on the dose-response characteristics of subpopulations susceptible to methemoglobin formation as compared to the normal population, and on whether the response to mixtures of exogenous methemoglobin inducers is additive or synergistic.
DuraFloat is well suited for use with rotary coolant inducers.
Production of these enzymes was repressed or completely inhibited in the control cultures containing maltose or glucose as carbon sources and enzyme inducers.
The new company combines a relatively low-risk product portfolio of commercially promising topical pain therapies with the upside potential of a late-stage cancer product and the biopharmaceutical discovery capabilities for apoptosis inducers designed to address unmet medical needs in oncology and other serious conditions.