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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

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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.
An ideal AED would have high oral availability, no or low protein binding, a long half-life, linear kinetics (increases in dose yield proportionate increases in serum level), no active metabolites, no liver enzyme induction and no or few side effects.
15 Tools and Strategies for the Assessment of Enzyme Induction in Drug Discovery and Development
Enzyme induction and dietary chemicals as approaches to cancer chemoprevention: the Seventh DeWitt S.
As microsomal enzyme induction associated with hepatocellular hypertrophy can pose a potential risk in drug interactions, the presence and degree of hepatocellular hypertrophy is an important consideration in drug development.
While a gradual titration schedule is advisable, a relatively high dose may ultimately be required, reflecting liver enzyme induction that can follow years of drinking, Dr.
Enzyme induction is the process by which exposure to certain substrates (e.
The final part introduces the mechanisms leading to increases or decreases in enzyme activities as the concept of enzyme induction via nuclear receptors and the different mechanisms of enzyme inhibition are explained.