genetic induction

genetic induction

[jə¦ned·ik in′dək·shən]
(genetics)
Gene activation by a molecule that inactivates a repressor protein and thereby activates transcription of one or more structural genes.
(cell and molecular biology)
Gene activation by a chemical inducer; results in transcription of structural genes.
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Through a combination of in-vitro and in vivo studies we will examine (1) whether genetic induction of lysosomal trafficking can activate mTORC1 and overcome chemical/nutrient induced AR in human primary myotubes, (2) whether genetic knockdown of proteins that stimulate lysosomal trafficking can inhibit mTORC1 activity and cause AR, and (3) examine whether lysosomal trafficking differs between young and elderly subjects, in vivo, in response to anabolic stimuli such as amino acids and resistance exercise.
The objective of the workshop is to explore and find ways to increase production of wheat and barley through applying the technology of genetic induction in the member states of ARASIA.
The restoration of diploids, determined by karyotyping or flow cytometry, was used to identify the success of genetic induction in fish and molluscs (Guo et al.