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modulator

 [mod´u-la″ter]
a specific inductor or agent that brings out characteristics peculiar to a definite region.
selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) an agent that activates some estrogen receptors but not others, thereby having estrogenlike effects on target tissues (such as bone) without affecting other tissues that have estrogen receptors.

mod·u·la·tor

(mod'yū-lā'tŏr),
That which regulates or adjusts.

modulator

/mod·u·la·tor/ (mod´u-la″ter) a specific inductor that brings out characteristics peculiar to a definite region.

modulator

(mŏj′ə-lā′tər)
n.
A substance that modulates the activity of a molecule or a biochemical pathway, especially a receptor modulator.

modulator

[mod′ula′ter]
a specific inductor or agent that brings out characteristics peculiar to a definite region.

modulator

A substance which regulates or changes the activity of another.

modulator

A substance that regulates or changes the activity of another. See Neuromodulator, Selective estrogen receptor modulator.

mod·u·la·tor

(mod'yū-lā'tōr)
That which regulates or adjusts.

modulator

  1. the part of the spectrum that gives rise to colour vision.
  2. any component maintaining a steady state in a process or reaction, such as a catalyst or a gene.
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