enhancer

A DNA control element frequently found 5' to the start site of a gene, which when bound by a specific transcription factor, enhances the levels of expression of the gene, but is not sufficient alone to cause expression. Distinguished from a promoter, that is alone sufficient to cause expression of the gene when bound; in practice, the two terms merge. ...

Enhancer

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Enhancer

• (n.) One who enhances; one who, or that which, raises the amount, price, etc.
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Enhancer

[genetics] In genetics, an enhancer is a short (50-1500 bp) region of DNA that can be bound with proteins (activators) to activate transcription of a gene or genes. These proteins are usually referred to as transcription factors. Enhancers are generally cis-acting, located up to 1 Mbp away from the gene. There are hundreds of thousands of e...
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Enhancer

En·han'cer noun One who enhances; one who, or that which, raises the amount, price, etc.
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Enhancer

A device designed to brighten audio material using techniques such as dynamic equalization, phase shifting and harmonic generation
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Enhancer

A device designed to brighten audio material using techniques such as dynamic equalisation, phase shifting and harmonic generation.
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enhancer

enhancer 1. Anything that serves by contrast to call attention to another thing's good qualities. 2. A person or thing that enhances. 2. In genetics, a gene or gene fragment that activates other genes.
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