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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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Glucose, sucrose and other similar compounds were found to be poor substrate for xylanase production, suggesting that xylan or xylan containing carbon sources are necessary for xylanase production as its hydrolysed products serve both as inducer as well as carbon substrate for the organisms [15].
In order to validate the numerical investigations of the flow, the pressure distribution along the blade is compared with the experimental pressure distribution obtained from the investigations performed in a test rig upon the inducer.
Responses to heat shock were compared with those seen with a known inducer of metamorphosis, an extract of the red macroalga Laurencia poitei (Davis 1994a, Davis & Stoner 1994, Boettcher & Targett 1996, Boettcher & Targett 1998).
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.
EpiCept will also give two poster presentations that describe the discovery and structure-activity relationship (SAR) studies of two series of apoptosis inducers identified using ASAP.
This leads to the conclusion that the bended hydrofoil is suited for the construction of the blade of the inducer and that the use of the RSM turbulence model for numerical investigation is recommended.
Production of pectolytic enzymes is induced in plant pathogenic fungi when these organisms are grown on media containing various carbon sources and enzyme inducers.
Using either cefoxitin or imipenem as inducers by the disk induction method resulted in the formation of blunted or D-shaped zones of inhibition to meropenem and ertapenem (6).
The production of pectolytic enzymes has been induced in cultures of plant pathogenic fungi when these organisms were grown on media containing various carbon sources and enzyme inducers.
Small molecule apoptotic inducers and kinase inhibitors are as well in the forefront.
The company has developed expertise in a wide range of cancer therapies, including cytotoxics, cytostatics, monoclonal antibodies, cell-based therapies, vaccines, antiangiogenic agents, apoptosis inducers and hormonal therapies.