inducibility

inducibility

(ɪnˌdjuːsɪˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality or condition of being inducible
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Expression, catalytic activity, and inducibility of cytochrome P450 2E1 (CYP2E1) in the rat central nervous system.
Transgenic citrus transformed with the phloem-specific promoters of this study and new endogenous citrus promoters selected based on inducibility by Las combined with genes encoding proteins with antibacterial activity are promising tools for HLB management.
Kubicek, Different Inducibility of Expression of the Two Xylanase Genes xyn1 and xyn2 in Trichoderma reesei, Biol.
An alternative cumate-regulated inducible system shows dynamic transgene expression inducibility that can be tightly modulated and is reversible in the absence of cumate [10].
Characterization of CYP2B6 in a CYP2B6-humanized mouse model: inducibility in the liver by phenobarbital and dexamethasone and role in nicotine metabolism in vivo.
Results were in agreement with those reported about chitinase inducibility by colloidal chitin [20,21,22,23].
sup][11] An S[sub]1 S[sub]1 (120, 100, and 75 ms cycle length, respectively, lasting for 5 s each) programmed stimulus method was used to assess the inducibility and duration of AF.
Merk H, Rumpf M, Bolsen K, Wirth G, Goerz G: Inducibility of
PPO plays a role in defense against plant pathogens because of its reaction products and wound inducibility (Mayer and Harel, 1979).
2000) Distribution and inducibility by 3-methylcholanthrene of family 1 UDP-glucuronosyltransferases in the rat gastrointestinal tract.
The other issue is the potential inducibility of PD-L1 expression, known to be a dynamic factor, by first-line chemotherapy, a possible confounding factor if PD-L1 IHC is tested on the original diagnostic tumor sample taken before any therapy was given.
Pretreatment of hypertensive rat hearts with a CaMKIIinhibitor KN-93 prevents VT inducibility during oxidative stress [67].