10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUPERINDUCTION»
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Exploration of the Underlying Mechanisms for the ...
CHAPTER EIGHT MECHANISMS FOR THE SUPERINDUCTION EFFECTS OF
PHYTOESTROGENS Effects of Phytoestrogens on Cell Growth Since the results
of superinduction and greater signal amplitude seen with the three ...
Superinduction The term superinduction has been coined to describe situations
where an inhibitor of transcription or translation, instead of depressing enzyme
activity, causes it to rise above the levels attained without inhibitor. This effect
Enzyme Induction and Modulation
E. The superinduction oftyrosine aminotransferase A 'paradoxical' effect of
actinomycin D, observed years ago, formed the basis for a model of enzyme
induction by glucocorticoids based on post-transcriptional control (82, 83).
Actinomycin D ...
Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session: From 1766 to 1791
I am not fond of the precept of clare constat, 1662 ; it bears a rasure, vitiation, or
superinduction : but I must not determine merely on my liking or disliking. It is
certain that the Bishop of Caithness was not titular : we are not to presume that he
Sir David Dalrymple, Mungo Ponton Brown, 1826
Luminescent Proteins: Advances in Research and Application: ...
hypotheses for the possible mechanisms underlying this superinduction were
investigated using genistein as the model compound These hypotheses Included
(i) a non-estrogen receptor (ER)-mediated mechanism, (ii) a role for an ER ...
E. coli: Genomics, Evolution and Pathogenesis
In addition, the phenomenon of superinduction has been observed with Shiga
toxins. Superinduction occurs when cells are exposed to a known stimulus in the
presence of a protein synthesis inhibitor, resulting in accumulation of massive ...
The AH Receptor in Biology and Toxicology
A prominent role of negative regulation of AHR in CYP1A1 induction is clearly
demonstrated in the “superinduction” of CYP1A1, in which pre- or cotreatment of
cells with a protein synthesis inhibitor, such as cycloheximide, in the presence of
Genes and Signal Transduction in Multistage Carcinogenesis
However, delaying the addition for 2 or more hours resulted in a superinduction
of the mRNA. Superinduction of IL2 production by delayed addition of protein
synthesis inhibitors has been extensively studied by Efrat, Kaempfer, and ...
Activating Transcription Factors—Advances in Research and ...
Activating Transcription Factor 3 and Paradoxical Superinduction of Epithelial
Proinflammatory Chemokines by Mucoactive Ribotoxic Stressors via RNA-
Binding Protein Human Antigen R According to the authors of a study from Pusan
, South ...
Ricin and Shiga Toxins: Pathogenesis, Immunity, Vaccines and ...
Superinduction occurs when a protein synthesis inhibitor is added along with a
stimulus, resulting in massive over-accumulation of mRNA transcripts of certain
primary response genes, including cytokines, at concentrations much larger than