cross-regulation

cross-regulation

in the regulation of enzyme activity, the product of one pathway serves as an inhibitor or activator of an enzyme in another pathway.
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These results will allow me to establish the logic of Rhodospin cross-regulation.
Each Fly-Buck converter can be configured to provide positive and negative voltage rails, or isolated multiple outputs with excellent cross-regulation.
Each agency has its own set of rules, which can subject companies to potential cross-regulation.
Continued Fimiani: "LinkSwitch-CV provides excellent cross-regulation for multiple-output flyback applications, such as DVDs, set-top boxes and auxiliary power supplies used in appliances.
Other features include 18V to 40V input range, magnetically coupled feedback to insure optimum cross-regulation when the loads are unbalanced, adjustable output voltage, and a device weight of less than 85 grams.
583) investigated the cross-regulations among NRF2, NRF1, and kelch-like ECH-associated protein 1 (KEAP1; which allows for NRF2 to be ubiquinated and degraded by the proteasome complex) in arsenic-induced antioxidant response.
OBJECTIVE: We investigated the cross-regulations among NRF2, NRF1, and KEAP1, a cullin-3 adapter protein that allows NRF2 to be ubiquinated and degraded by the proteasome complex, in arsenic-induced antioxidant responses.
In particular, the cross-regulations among NRF2, KEAP I, and NRF 1 under oxidative stress conditions have not been fully investigated.
3+]-induced cytotoxicity and apoptosis, as well as the cross-regulations among NRF2, KEAPI, and NRF1 in response to acute iA[sup.