blocking activity

block·ing ac·tiv·i·ty

repression or elimination of electrical activity in the brain by the arrival of a sensory stimulus.

block·ing ac·tiv·i·ty

(blok'ing ak-tiv'i-tē)
Repression or elimination of electrical activity in the brain by the arrival of a sensory stimulus.
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With its potentially potent combination of smooth muscle relaxation, muscarinic blocking activity and anti-inflammatory effect, we believe ASM-024 has significant potential as an adjunct to standard of care for chronic maintenance of these two challenging diseases.
It's based on unclogging removal of toxic debris that accumulates in patients' brains, by blocking activity of a little-known regulator protein called CD33.
These protest movements and sit-ins contributed to blocking activity of many production units in different sectors such as phosphates, mining and energy, in addition to the stoppage of several industrial and commercial activities directly related to citizens' interests.
Nahhas said information available to his ministry suggested the blocking activity had come from Libya.
We found, however, that the conventional Taq polymerase included in the commercially available Supermix-UDG (Invitrogen) did not significantly alter the blocking activity of the LNA component.
Activated lactoferrin (ALF) is a natural antimicrobial intervention technology with microbial blocking activity that prevents the proliferation and attachment of bacteria.
It has some norepinephrine and serotonin uptake blocking activity, and may have beneficial antidepressant and antianxiety properties.
In North America, historically cool summers can be linked to unusual summer blocking activity over the East Pacific region.
1992), and blocking activity on voltage-dependent channels of calcium (Anselmi et al.
3 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE that the anti-sense RNA may cause latency by either blocking activity of the normal viral RNA, or coding for a protein that interferes with virus growth.
Antibodies to plant-produced Plasmodium falciparum sexual stage protein Pfs25 exhibit transmission blocking activity DOI: 10.
An iBioModulator-Pfs 25 antigen malaria vaccine candidate in advanced pre-IND testing elicited transmission blocking activity at lower doses and for a longer period of time following immunization compared to a vaccine candidate containing the antigen alone; titers of specific immunoglobulins to Pfs 25 were approximately ten-fold higher across dose levels when the iBioModulator was used.