antagonistic effect

antagonistic effect

The negative effect that one chemical or family of chemicals has on other chemicals.

antagonistic effect

The negative effect that one chemical or family of chemicals has on other chemicals
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Actually, an antagonistic effect subsists between Na+ and beneficial ions (K+ and Ca2+) (Unlukara et al.
reuteri before and after infection with Salmonella enterica and Shigella flexneri showed antagonistic effect against this pathogenic bacteria, suggesting that, L.
The antagonistic effect of these antibiotics were compared to that of the active metabolite using disk diffusion method (37)
Their antagonistic effect in vitro on Fom and their potential on biocontrol agents in growth chamber was also studied.
In addition, we checked the antagonistic effect of AN98 in porcine hepatocytes.
4] M PhIP, led to a significant accumulation of cells in G2/M and an antagonistic effect on TK MF, suggesting that G2/M-phase arrest may play a role in the observed low MF.
The higher-potency antipsychotic medications exert more of this antagonistic effect, whereas those with a lower potency show less dopamine antagonism.
It was found that D and Cd had antagonistic effect on each other in the aquatic environment.
The mechanism of the combination pattern of these prescriptions should also be investigated whether additive, synergistic or antagonistic effect exist using in vitro or in vivo models.
Meropenem combined with other antibiotics besides having no benefit, positive cultures suggest an antagonistic effect.