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in·hib·it

(in-hib'it),
To curb or restrain.

inhibit

/in·hib·it/ (in-hib´it) to retard, arrest, or restrain.

inhibit

(ĭn-hĭb′ĭt)
v.
1. To hold back; restrain.
2. To suppress or restrain a behavioral process, an impulse, or a desire consciously or unconsciously.
3. To decrease, limit, or block the action or function of something in the body, as an enzyme or organ.

in·hib′i·to′ry (-tôr′ē) adj.

INHIBIT

Cardiology A clinical trial–INtimal Hyperplasia Inhibition with Beta In-stent Trial

in·hib·it

(in-hib'it)
To curb or restrain.
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The UP-induced phosphorylation of ERK1/2 and p38 was completely inhibited by PD98059, an ERK1/2 MAPK inhibitor, and SB203580, a p38 MAPK inhibitor (Figure 3A,B).
Three different peroxides and their inhibited counterparts were evaluated and it was determined that these retarded peroxides do offer improved scorch safety for better processing.
Given the metal concentrations at which Ape1 activity is inhibited (excluding localized accumulation) and the selective inactivation seen in cell extracts (Figure 5), it seems reasonable to conclude that Cd(II), Fe(II), and Pb(II) may promote their harmful effects through inhibition of Ape1 repair function.
When briefly restrained in a tube at age 15 months, inhibited rats mounted a much larger corticosterone response than the bold rats did.
An inhibited temperament may be the prime reason for previous reports of heightened amygdala activity in people diagnosed with social phobia, a condition marked by constant fear and avoidance of unfamiliar people.
3+] inhibited vasorelaxation induced by SNP to a lesser extent (Figure 4A) than the vasorelaxation induced by acetylcholine.
Further, based on the observed variability among the study volunteers, the team calculates a 95% probability that uptake will be inhibited by less than 9.
In contrast to genistein, the saponins inhibited adduct formation whether or not they had sugar molecules attached to them.
Pretreatment with 400 [micro]m oxATP inhibited the majority of the effect of ATP to increase c-fos luciferase, and fully inhibited the effects of ATP to decrease luciferase (Figure 6).
Nearly 70 percent of the children were neither extremely inhibited nor uninhibited as preschoolers, signifying that they had undergone moderate temperamental changes, the scientists assert.
Olson of the University of South Florida College of Medicine in Tampa, who led a group which had shown that megadoses of vitamin E inhibited carboxylase enzymes in mice.