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  • transitive verb To induce again.

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  • verb transitive To induce again or anew.


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re- +‎ induce


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  • Here it is important to notice that lack of NFAT5 did not shut down all processes, and for instance NFAT5-deficient cells were able to reinduce cyclin D3 after its initial downregulation by hypertonic stress.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Katherine Drews-Elger et al. 2009

  • Normally, with myelogenous leukemias, as long as the organs hold up, you can potentially reinduce the patient into remission every time there’s a relapse.

    My Sister’s Keeper Jodi Picoult 2004


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