co-inducer

co-inducer

[‚kō·in′dü·sər]
(biochemistry)
A molecule that interacts with a repressor to free the operon from restraints on its transcription into messenger ribonucleic acid.
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BGP-15, N-Gene's lead compound, is a co-inducer of HSP-72 that increases insulin sensitivity via blocking JNK phosphorylation.
Data from this trial will be presented in a poster, "A heat-shock protein co-inducer treatment improves behavioral performance in rats exposed to hypoxia," on July 9 at the 37th Annual International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT) Conference, being held in Cleveland, Ohio.