autoinduction

autoinduction

(ot″ō-in-dŭk′shŏn) [ auto- + induction]
Self-regulation of a biochemical, enzymatic, genetic, metabolic, or pharmacological process.
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Induction of plantaricin production in Lactobacillus plantarum NC8 after coculture with specific gram-positive bacteria is mediated by an autoinduction mechanism.
Autoinduction of 2,4 diacetylphloroglucinol biosynthesis in the biocontrol agent Pseudomonasfluorescens CHA0 and repression by the bacterial metabolites salicylate and pyoluteorin.
Two-component regulator of enterococcus faecalis cytolysin responds to quorum-sensing autoinduction.
Remarkably, apocynin inhibited the TGF-[beta]1 induced ROS as well as the autoinduction of TGF-[beta]1 gene expression.
Two levels should be drawn, 4 weeks apart, to establish therapeutic dosage secondary to autoinduction of the CYP450 system.
Conjugation factor of Agrobacterium tumefaciens regulates Ti plasmid transfer by autoinduction.
Within the 3-day period between dosing and sacrifice, concentrations of all congeners increased linearly with the administered dose (Figure 1), which indicates an absence of autoinduction of metabolism for the different dose levels within this time period.
Autoinduction and signal transduction in the regulation of staphylococcal virulence.
Cell-to-cell signalling in the symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacterium Rhizobium leguminosarum: autoinduction of a stationary phase and rhizosphere expressed genes.
Clearance may change when enzyme inducers or inhibitors are added to the medication, but the many published pharmacokinetic investigations of busulfan have not indicated nonlinear pharmacokinetics or autoinduction causing a change in clearance over time.
Urist, Bone: Formation by Autoinduction, Science, 12, 893[]899(1965).