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constitutive

1. having power to enact, appoint, or establish
2. Chem (of a physical property) determined by the arrangement of atoms in a molecule rather than by their nature
3. Biochem (of an enzyme) formed continuously, irrespective of the cell's needs
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It has been shown before that this enzyme is also produced constitutively by E.
Burge cautions us that anti-individualism entails neither that thoughts are 'outside the head' nor that they are relations to something external: 'Their natures constitutively depend on relations that are not reducible to matters that concern the individual alone.
Apparently, cellobiohydrolase was not constitutively produced by P.
The applicant will learn a range of new techniques, such as protein purification/characterisation and use of dominant negative and constitutively active mutants.
gloeosporioides constitutively produces endoglucanase and xylanase.
The ALK gene encodes a key cell signaling protein, and when altered by a rearrangement that combines ALK with other gene sequences, the pathway becomes constitutively active and drives cell proliferation and uncontrolled growth.
To address this, transgenic mice were generated which over-express the [alpha]lA-AR with enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP) or constitutively active mutant (CAM) [alpha]lA-AR.
The argument supports the claim that qualia are constitutively representational.
The genes were identified on the basis of the intensity values of the 11 constitutively expressed cDNA clones used to normalize the data (see "Materials and Methods").
San Diego, CA) announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued Arena a patent entitled "Non-Endogenous, Constitutively Activated Human Protein Coupled Receptors.
starts by examining the biological foundation of the passions to show why any account of the virtues must begin with the fact that human nature is embodied and constitutively interrelational.
rostratum produces constitutively small amounts of these cell wall degrading enzymes.