autoinduction

autoinduction

(ot″ō-in-dŭk′shŏn) [ auto- + induction]
Self-regulation of a biochemical, enzymatic, genetic, metabolic, or pharmacological process.
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Control of cell division in Escherichia coli: Regulation of transcription of ftsQA involves both rpoS and SdiA-mediated autoinduction. Proc.
Rifampin undergoes autoinduction during the first several weeks of therapy, leading to a fall in drug exposure once steady-state pharmacokinetic conditions are reached, and therefore the observed relationship between immune activation and rifampin exposure may be expected to change during the course of therapy.
Cells were grown overnight in the autoinduction ZYM-5052 medium [27] containing 100 [micro]g/ml ampicillin at 25[degrees]C.
A study on the disposition of voriconazole in healthy dogs showed good oral bioavailability (>75%) but that chronic oral dosing can lead to lower systemic concentrations in the dog [27], likely due to cytochrome P450 autoinduction of metabolism.
Induction of plantaricin production in Lactobacillus plantarum NC8 after coculture with specific gram-positive bacteria is mediated by an autoinduction mechanism.
Several series of preclinical models of colon carcinogenesis and in vitro system of a retinoid sensitive/resistant human colon carcinoma cells lines suggested that retinoid mediated autoinduction of the endogenous RAR [beta] gene may play a crucial role in mediating the biological effects of retinoids [88, 89].
Winokur, "Autoinduction of mRNA and protein expression for transforming growth factor-beta S in cultured cardiac cells," Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, vol.
Then, they were expressed by autoinduction expression system (ZYM-5052); the bacterium solutions cultivated by ZYM-5052 for 3~16 h were collected, respectively.
Autoinduction of 2,4 diacetylphloroglucinol biosynthesis in the biocontrol agent Pseudomonasfluorescens CHA0 and repression by the bacterial metabolites salicylate and pyoluteorin.
In our research, exposure to high concentrations of herbicides m-parathion and atrazine seemed to set off autoinduction of luminescence expression by the bacteria.