hyperproduction

hyperproduction

(ˌhaɪpəprəˈdʌkʃən)
n
an increased or excessive production or output
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AmpC [beta]-lactamase production returns to low levels after antibiotic exposure is discontinued, unless spontaneous mutations occur in the AmpD locus of the gene, leading to permanent hyperproduction (derepression).
Fed-batch fermentation of Ganoderma lucidum for hyperproduction of polysaccharide and ganoderic acid.
5 Rieu P, Noel LH, Droz D, et al: Glomerular involvement in lymphoproliferative disorders with hyperproduction of cytokines (Castleman POEMS).
The complex mixture of cytokines secreted by these cells including IL-4, IL-5 and IL-13 explain two clinical findings in AD patients: hypereosinophilia (linked to the hyperproduction of IL-5) and hypergammaglobulinemia E (linked to the IL-4) [7, 8].
2, 3] Other known mechanism of methicillin resistance is the hyperproduction of penicillinase enzyme.
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Hyperproduction of tryptophan by Corynebacterium glutamicum with the modified pentose phosphate pathway.
The patent covered by the licensing agreement concerns a key enzyme, DXS, involved in the isoprenoid biosynthesis pathway and whose optimization facilitates the hyperproduction of isoprenoids by bacteria and plants.
21 Out of a total of 12 CRE, 75% were M (Beta) L producing strains, 25% were non-M (Beta) L producing strains that could be due to Klebsiella pneumonia carbapenemase (KPC), Ampicillin-C gene (AmpC) hyperproduction, porin loss or class D carbapenemases not diagnosed due to the limited resources.
High incidence of EGF receptor hyperproduction in esophageal squamous-cell carcinomas.