carbonate dehydratase inhibitor

car·bon·ate de·hy·dra·tase in·hib·i·tor

an agent, usually chemically related to the sulfonamides, that inhibits the activity of carbonate dehydratase, producing a general decrease in the formation of H2CO3 in the tissues.
See also: acetazolamide.

carbonate dehydratase inhibitor

Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor (see there), is widely preferred in the working biomedical palance; cabonate dehydratase is the term preferred by the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB).
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Carbonate dehydratase inhibitors may also be a cause.