anticomplementary

an·ti·com·ple·men·ta·ry

(an'tē-kom'plĕ-men'tă-rē),
Denoting a substance possessing the power to diminish or abolish the action of a complement.

anticomplementary

capable of reducing or destroying the power of complement.
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03mg/ml) than the hot-water extract and the EtOH extract didn't have anticomplementary activity.
Glycosidase itself did not have any anticomplementary activity (Fig.
LPS showed no anticomplementary activity, while polymyxin B at high concentrations had a little effect on hemolysis in the test (Table 1).
Anticomplementary activities of a mixture of BAs were also described by Kapil and Moza (1991).
Anticomplementary activity of Boswellia acids--an inhibitor of C3-convertase of the classical complement pathway.
Analytic study on the differential anticomplementary effects of dextran sulphate and heparin in the assay for the mouse alternative pathway.
Shahat AA, Hammouda F, Ismail S, Azzam SA, Bruyne TD, Lasure A, Poel By, Pieters L, Vlietinck AJ (1996) Anticomplementary activity of Crataegus sinaica.
Okuda T, Yoshioka Y, Ikekawa T, Chihara G, Nishioka K (1972) Anticomplementary activity of antitumor polysaccharides.
These results showed a high anticomplementary activity when compared with other plant extracts.