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inducer

[in′dü·sər]
(embryology)
The cell group that functions as the acting system in embryonic induction by controlling the mode of development of the reacting system. Also known as inductor.

inducer

inducer
Rotating inlet guide vanes installed on the center of a centrifugal compressor to pick up the inlet air and direct it at the correct angle into the impeller blades.
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Determination of pressure distribution on the blades of an inducer, Proceedings of XVII IAHR Symposium, pp.
gigas between the algal-associated inducer and heat shock are suggested by the results of the first competency experiment.
One of the company's commercialization objectives is to complete a broad discovery partnership to advance multiple apoptosis inducer drug candidates into clinical trials.
Ortega 1995) it was found that glucose was an effective inducer of endoglucanase.
All men who commit domestic violence (the vast majority of cases involve men abusing women) have strong inducer proclivities but they are inducer failures, ineffective at verbal control of their significant other.
EpiCept will give two poster presentations describing the discovery of small-molecule apoptosis inducers, which targets two commonly dysregulated pathways in cancer, Myc oncogene and Wnt/beta-catenin.
Co-administration of XTANDI with strong or moderate CYP3A4 and CYP2C8 inducers can alter the plasma exposure of XTANDI and should be avoided if possible.
In order to validate the numerical investigations of the flow, the results obtained are compared with experimental results from investigations performed in a wind tunnel upon two inducers which respect the geometrical similitude laws.
A permanently lubricated, to-tally enclosed, fan-cooled and heavy-duty ball bearing draft inducer motor is said to provide maintenance-free operation.
Although IFN[alpha]/[beta] was first described as a factor with antiviral activity secreted by cells treated with partially heat-inactivated influenza A viruses (12), it was also recognized early on that influenza viruses are poor IFN[alpha]/[beta] inducers (13).
According to Jarrow, SGS is metabolized to sulforaphane, which is a highly active antioxidant that has been demonstrated to be a potent inducer of phase 2 detoxifying enzymes and a protector of DNA.