superinduction


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Related to superinduction: laterad, fluctuant

su·per·in·duce

 (so͞o′pər-ĭn-do͞os′, -dyo͞os′)
tr.v. su·per·in·duced, su·per·in·duc·ing, su·per·in·duc·es
To introduce as an addition.

[Latin superindūcere : super-, super- + indūcere, to lead in; see induce.]

su′per·in·duc′tion (-dŭk′shən) n.
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The superinduction of uspA is elicited by the accumulation of fructose-6-phosphate (F-6-P), whereas a decrease in F-6-P has the opposite effect [25].
Considerations for potency equivalent calculations in the Ah receptor-based CALUX bioassay: Normalization of superinduction results for improved sample potency estimation.
Two-stage exposure of syrian-hamster-embryo cells to environmental carcinogens: Superinduction of ornithine decarboxylase correlates with increase of morphological-transformation frequency.
(1976) Superinduction of interferon with metabolic inhibitors: possible mechanisms and practical applications.
Topley, "Superinduction of IL-6 synthesis in human peritoneal mesothelial cells is related to the induction and stabilization of IL-6 mRNA," Kidney International, vol.
In addition to transcriptional regulation, posttranscriptional modifications such as mRNA stabilization may lead to cytokine superinduction via ribosomal inactivation in leukocytes and gut epithelial cells [69, 93, 94].
Effect of asynchronous superinduction on embryo survival and range of blastocyst development in swine.
Superinduction of cyclooxygenase-2 activity in human osteoarthritis-affected cartilage.