Inducible enzyme



inducible enzyme in·duc·i·ble enzyme (ĭn-dōō’sə-bəl, -dyōō’-)
n.
An enzyme that is normally present in minute quantities within a cell, but whose concentration increases dramatically when a substrate compound is added.

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