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induction

the initial TRAINING an employee may receive at the commencement of employment to familiarize him or her with the workings of the organization.
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The optimization of medium composition specially carbon sources which affect strangely enzyme induction and plays a crucial role in the microbial production of chitinases and help to understand the physiology of enzyme production, recognizing the key factors, setting the best bioprocess (fermentation) conditions which pave the way for the industrial scale-up with low cost and high enzymatic yield.
4,8] In addition, coadministration of phenobarbitone and lamotrigine will result in the incidence of leukopenia and thrombocytopenia due to enzyme induction.
This requirement of opioids in smokers group for ameliorating pain was statistically more in smokers than in the non-smokers group and the reason may be the increased metabolism of opioids by enzyme induction.
This occurs at a more rapid rate when there has been enzyme induction due to, for example, chronic alcohol use.
Specific and dose-dependent enzyme induction by omeprazole in human beings.
Our mild increases in enzyme activities may be explained as follows: besides enzyme induction caused by DDT as a xenobiotic, the AST mild increase was attributed to the muscular exercise involved in the spraying activity; that of amylase was the result of the starch-rich millet-cassava diet made more prevalent by spray wages, and the GGT was because of increased consumption of lira-lira, a potent gin which is very popular in Northern Uganda.
Early research focused on the "blocking activity" of SFN via Phase 2 enzyme induction, as well as inhibition of enzymes involved in carcinogen activation, but there has been growing interest in other mechanisms of chemoprotection by SFN.
Smialowics RJ, DeVitta MJ, Williams WC and Birnbaun LS Relative potency based on hepatic enzyme induction predicts immunosuppressive effects of a mixture of PCDDS/PCDFS and PCBS.
This general bioassay for phase II enzyme induction can employ different cell lines, and is advocated by the National Institutes of Health for use as an effective screening tool to locate natural cancer chemopreventive agents.
Other common side effects include fatigue, anorexia, kidney stones, rash, dizziness, drowsiness, visual side effects, and enzyme induction that can decrease the effectiveness of oral contraceptives.