induced fit

in·duced fit

a conformational change in a macromolecule (for example, protein) as a result of multiple weak interactions with a ligand or substrate.
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Thus, the only noticeable effect of the induced fit is usually a flickering of the eyelids.
In addition, Karyopharm has published its first paper describing the novel technology, "Consensus Induced Fit Docking, cIFD," the company used to design and optimize its proprietary oral SINE compounds (Kalid, 2012, Journal of Computational Aided Molecular Design).
Nothing but a drug induced fit of national amnesia could do that, and the notion that London could hold a major global event like the Olympics would be amusing if it wasn't clinically insane.
When asked why he had systematically disposed of his clothing, including in Prudhoe, he replied: "I got off at Prudhoe because I was extremely hot and sweaty, which has previously induced fits in me.
The latter pair induced fits of laughter from the off with the abundance of crucifixes that adorned their costumes.