promoter

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One who promotes, particularly with respect to entertainment events or goods
The section of DNA that controls the initiation of RNA transcription as a product of a gene
An accelerator of catalysis, though itself is not a catalyst
a furtherer, forwarder, or encourager
A region of DNA to which RNA polymerase binds before initiating the transcription of DNA into RNA
The site on the DNA molecule at which an enzyme called RNA polymerase binds to initiate gene transcription with the formation of messenger RNA
{n} an encourager, advancer, informer
The key control element that triggers a gene to operate through the production of mRNA
A promoter is a person who helps organize and finance an event, especially a sports event. one of the top boxing promoters in Britain
A specific site, upstream of genes, on DNA to which RNA polymerase binds and initiates transcription
Specifically, one who sets on foot, and takes the preliminary steps in, a scheme for the organization of a corporation, a joint-stock company, or the like
A DNA site to which RNA polymerase will bind and initiate transcription
A chemical agent that causes the expression of a gene or the change in the way that it acts
Any component added to a catalyst to increase activity or selectivity Examples are tin added to platinum reforming catalysts to improve selectivity to coke formation and chloride added to isomerization catalysts to increase activity
(noun) Someone who promotes live wrestling events in front of an audience, although may not necessarily own/operate the wrestling league that they are promoting For example, there are currently promoters in each major city who help the major federations secure the arena and promote the show locally when they come to that town And although they promoted the event, they have nothing to do with booking the matches or what happens at the show
someone who is an active supporter and advocate
- DNA segment which binds RNA polymerase specifically
An individual, partnership, corporation, association or other legal entity that has entered into a sanctioning contract, whether regular, special or probational, with WISSOTA for the conduct of WISSOTA sanctioned racing events and remains solely responsible for the conduct and promotion of the racing event and the condition and safety of the promoter's facility at which the racing event is conducted
The head of the wrestling organization
{i} one who advances, one who encourages; entrepreneur, one who participates in a business initiative
a DNA codon found near the beginning of a gene that tells RNA polymerase where to start transcribing RNA
a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
The region on DNA to which RNA polymerase binds and initiates transcription (of RNA) The promoter "promotes" the transcription (expression) of a particular gene Top of Page
A site on DNA to which RNA polymerase will bind and initiate transcription
A control region of a gene that determines in which tissue and at what time points a gene product is produced
An agent that promotes the growth of malignant tumors
An informer; a makebate
One who excites; as, a promoter of sedition
One who, or that which, forwards, advances, or promotes; an encourager; as, a promoter of charity or philosophy
A segment of DNA near the beginning of a gene that controls if and when the gene is actually expressed Promoters can be specific for certain tissues such as roots, seeds, etc
A DNA sequence that is located in front of a gene and controls gene expression Promoters are required for binding of RNA polymerase to initiate transcription
Region on a DNA molecule involved in RNA polymerase binding to initiate transcription [DDBJ/ EMBL/ GenBank Feature Table] http: //www ebi ac uk/embl/Documentation/FT_definitions/feature_table html
An agent that is not carcinogenic itself, but when administered after an initiator of carcinogenesis, stimulates the clonal expansion of the initiated cell to produce a neoplasm
a region of DNA usually occurring upstream from a gene coding region and acting as a controlling element in the expression of that gene It serves as a recognition signal for an RNA polymerase and marks the site of initiation of transcription
This is an agent which increases tumour production by another substance when applied to susceptible organisms after their exposure to the first substance
The promoter of a cause or idea tries to make it become popular. Aaron Copland was an energetic promoter of American music
A segment of DNA located at the "front" end of a gene, which provides a site where the enzymes involved in the transcription process can bind on to a DNA molecule, and initiate transcription Promoters are critically involved in the regulation of gene expression Source : PhRMA Genomics
promoter's stock
founder's stock, instituter's stock
stock promoter
A person who encourages others to purchase shares in publicly traded companies. The shares are often for penny stocks, which have low per-share value and are traded in low volumes over the counter or on small exchanges. The objective of a stock promoter is to increase investor awareness, trading volume, and share price. Stock promoters are often associated with pump and dump scams, speculation, and other unethical or illegal activities
promoters
Agents that are not carcinogenic but that assist in the progression and spread of tumors; sometimes called cocarcinogens
A promoter
promover
promoters
Impurities in a heterogeneous catalyst that increase catalytic activity
promoters
plural of promoter
sales promoter
marketing agent
promoter
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